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Some may already have heared, others will not. As of the first of September I will be changing jobs and become biology curator at the Natural History Museum of Maastricht. My main responsibilities will be the preparation of temporary and maintenance of biological parts of permanent exhibitions and curation of the biological collections. There are some additional tasks and when there is time to spare after that I will have time for research. If you need to send me any material, either visit the museum's website for the address or contact me directly.

At first time I will be staying near/in Maastricht for a few days in the week and the other days I will be at home. I cannot yet estimate the amount of time I will have available, so please be patient.
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#1 | dhalma on 29 August 2009 16:48:14
I have visited your museum in Maastricht, just as a turist three years ago, during my trip to collect Trichoceridae in South Limburg. I enjoyed the display and old room. I stucked in fox nest under dioramaFrown.
#2 | Paul Beuk on 29 August 2009 20:47:00
Let me know which Trichoceridae you collected. Wink And I guess we need to put a translated notice on the fox burrow to tell it is for children only. Grin
#3 | jorgemotalmeida on 01 September 2009 23:03:05
Congrats!!!
#4 | Xespok on 02 September 2009 01:20:09
Nice job! Hope you'll enjoy it.
#5 | Tony Irwin on 09 September 2009 20:35:51
Hope youi have a great time in Maastricht, Paul, - I like the museum's website!
#6 | Paul Beuk on 10 September 2009 09:47:24
Having a great time already. Grin The website is nice. I just would like to see the active screen a little bigger. Wink
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