World Museum Liverpool will be full of rock stars this weekend as the National Geology Festival comes to town. It promises to be a gem of a day as dinosaur displays, hands-on family sessions led by the young geologists group Rockwatch and live video links to other museums are on offer this Saturday 3 November 2007 from 10-4.30pm.
The Geology Association will also be giving free lectures in the Treasure House Theatre from 2pm on Saturday. Professor Bob Spicer from the Open University will be tackling some of the issues surrounding how we predict climate change and Professor Jim Rose from Royal Holloway College will be examining the earliest Humans that lived in Britain.
Pictured here is Curator Alan Bowden examining a huge ancient fossil from the geology collections.