The meeting will take place in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Oxford University Museum of Natural History was established in 1860 to draw together scientific studies from across the University of Oxford. Today, the award-winning Museum continues to be a place of scientific research, collecting and fieldwork, and plays host to a programme of events, exhibitions and activities for the public and school students of all ages.
Highlights in the collections include the world’s first scientifically described dinosaur – Megalosaurus bucklandii – and the world-famous Oxford Dodo, the only soft tissue remains of the extinct dodo.
The Museum is part of the University of Oxford’s Gardens, Libraries and Museums and is overseen by the Board of Visitors and supported by Honorary Associates. The Pitt Rivers Museum of anthropology and archaeology adjoins the Museum building, so both places can be enjoyed in a single trip.
You have the option to book an en-suite room 6-10th July 2020 in an Oxford College when purchasing a conference ticket. Alternatively, find your own to suit your needs. Below are some websites to help you find accommodation in Oxford.
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