Titus: T. rex is King exhibtion

Symposium:

Prehistoric Secret Science Show

Tuesday 24th May 2022

 

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Join us on Tuesday 24th May 2022!

We are hosting an exclusive Prehistoric Secret Science Show where visitors will have the opportunity to not only explore the Titus: T. rex is King exhibition & meet Titus, King of the Dinosaurs, though also meet professionals engaged in current Scientific Research on T. rex and other prehistoric life through a series of talks & workshops, as well as ask questions to our resident T. rex expert, Martin Nunn.

Entry: 4.30 pm

Event close: 8.45 pm

Adult: £15

Child: £10

Schools and other large groups have one free adult per 10 children with additional adults at the usual £15. Schools and groups please contact: schools.programmes@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Event is welcome to all ages, including children at secondary school, college, university and adults – it’s aimed especially for children over 10 years old, although anyone with a keen entrance of dinosaurs would be welcome.

Carer’s are free when accompanying a paid ticket. Car parking charges apply.

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It’s a great time to discover all things Natural History & Dinosaurs in Nottingham!

 

Discover the speakers & workshops

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Dr Jordan Bestwick

Post-doctoral Research Assistant, University of Birmingham, palaeobiologist

Talk: Pterosaurs, Mosasaurs and teeth.

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Jonathan Emmett

Children’s book author

Talk: The Plesiosaur’s Neck – a Prehistoric Puzzle

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Dr Adam Smith

Palaeontologist, Curator of Natural Sciences at Nottingham Natural History Museum & Children’s book author

Talk: The Plesiosaur’s Neck – a Prehstoric Puzzle

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Dr Susannah Lydon

Palaeobotanist, Assistant Professor in Plant Science at the University of Nottingham

Talk: Plants at the time of T. rex

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Tim Sexton

Species and Recording Officer from Rutland Water Nature Reserve

Talk: Rutland’s prehistoric animals and what is swimming now.

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Dr Tom Hartman

Programme Chair of the Masters in Biological Photography and Imaging at the University of Nottingham

Talk: Rutland’s prehistoric animals and what is swimming now.

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Dr Martin Nunn

Dedicated volunteer at Wollaton Hall, Natural History Museum

In-depth visit: Titus: T. rex is King

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Jed Taylor

Palaeoartist Professional artist

Workshop: Palaeoart T. rex, creating images of T. rex with the help of the latest scientific knowledge.

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Dr. Barry Lomax

Lecturer in Environmental Science, University of Nottingham

Talk: Plants in the age of mass extinctions

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