GEOLiteracy Festival - London Natural History Museum
On Monday 10th April 2017 the Natural History Museum in Kensington London is the setting for Ken Lacovara’s most technical talk. This is part of the Natural History Museum's technical programme and begins at 12.30pm sharp, the lecture including questions will last approximately an hour and will be followed by a reception where refreshments will be served.
Ken will be talking on:
"New tricks for old bones: The study of Dreadnoughtus schrani—a massive titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous of southern Patagonia—insights from bone histology, biomechanics, and molecular paleontology"
Please click on the above 'Abstract' button for further information on this talk.
This is a free event but booking is essential as spaces are limited.