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Article: Feature Curator's Choice: Mark Carnall on the Micrarium at the Grant Museum in LondonObsolete in teaching, limited for research use, poorly documented and a "nightmare" to interpret, Curator Mark Carnall tells us about the Grant's wondrous office of slides.05 March 2013
Article: Preview Flowers and live butterflies in a celebration of life for Alexander James' IntersectionWorking with live butterflies and cut underwater flowers in his studio for 80 days, the photographer bases his new work on Dutch Master paintings and vanitas.23 April 2013
Article: Preview "Really beautiful" Micrarium fills old office with tiny wonders at Grant Museum of ZoologyA couple of thousand slides form one of the most unusual exhibitions ever made at the University College London museum, including beetles, squids, fleas and whales.21 February 2013
Article: Preview This Unrivalled Collection: The Hunterian's First Catalogue revisited in GlasgowA century after Captain James Laskey did a fine job of compiling Scotland's first museum catalogue, the three-toed sloths, stones, shields and Mastodon teeth are back.13 March 2013