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READ MORE Blasted by Atlantic winds and waves, the inhospitable rocky peninsula of Newfoundlands Mistaken Point was once a danger to sailors, but its role as a mecca for palaeontologists has just been acknowledged by UNESCO.

Already one of Canadas protected Ecological Reserves, on July 17th, 2016 Mistaken Point was granted World Heritage status, making it the province of Newfoundland and Labradors fourth World Heritage Site, and the first anywhere in the world to be inscribed on the basis of Precambrian fossils...

We also work with organisations to create bespoke programmes to suit specific business needs, which can be held at a venue of your choice...

READ MORE Pterosaurs features dozens of fossils and casts from the AMNH collection and museums around the world, including the remains of an unknown species of giant pterosaur unearthed in Romania in 2012 by scientists working in association with the AMNH...

READ MORE From the mastery of scientific equipment, to the maintenance of heritage buildings, to museum pest control, many of the staff members here at the Natural History Museum are world authorities in their fields.

We run training and development programmes for both individuals and organisations that inspire employees, build your knowledge base, and make a measurable difference to your business.

Examples of the sort of work that could be funded includes: Acquiring new skills to increase fundraising capacity or open new income streams; Explore new leadership models or management structures; Becoming more environmentally friendly and making efficiency savings; Creating partnerships for training and asset building; Preparing groups to take on new responsibilities, for example taking over the running of a heritage site...

READ MORE SYNTHESYS is pleased to announce Access Call 4 is now open for applications.

READ MORE The HLF has announced a new £8m annual fund to help cultural organisations become more resilient.

Resilient Heritage grants will offer sums from £3k - £250k.

This is the fourth and final Access call under SYNTHESYS3.