The Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland has been proud to produce Mineralogical Magazine since the first issue was published in August 1876. The contents then included an article on a new form of blowpipe lamp, especially suitable for travelling mineralogists (Le Neve Foster, 1876) and thoughts on some basalt dredged up from the Atlantic by a telegraph cable-laying boat (Hall, 1876). Now with issue 544 we are discussing transmission electron microscopy (Nzogang et al., 2019) and testing the rocks on Mars (Larre et al., 2019).

In 2017, we successfully transferred the journal...

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