Dr. Ronny Maik Leder

  • 5 months ago
  • 5 months ago
    Dana Ehret and Dr. Ronny Maik Leder are now friends
  • Hey Jack, good to hear from you and the news are amazing. I have already checked the website of the Cincinnati Museum and was so amazed about the quality of all the work that was done. Thanks for the heads up. My new museum is growing even if it is just present in Virtual Reality at the moment. Since the old house is still opened and functional there is no need for any rush. The political background had to be perfect to instal my ideas. Now everything is ready and prepared for getting serious. That means I will get the building I always wanted in the centre of the city (a cultural melting pot) with outstanding architecture and twice the size as originally anticipated. Yeah, that feels great! Now it will take a bit longer but the results will be much more prominent – a once in a lifetime opportunity needs that well overthought developing process. Whenever to come jumping over to Germany just make sure to join me here in Leipzig.

    All the best

    Ronny

  • 1 year, 5 months ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted an update

    Hey El,

    how is it!  Here is a little update for my latest activities 😉 a tv show and a 3D Virtual Reality presentation

    enjoy and much fun with your efforts in understanding German 😉

    https://www.mdr.de/wissen/lexitv-tiefsee-naturkundemuseum-leipzig-100.html

    Cheers

    Ronny

  • 1 year, 5 months ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted an update

    Hey Victor,

    how is it!  Here is a little update for my latest activities 😉

    enjoy and much fun with your efforts in understanding German 😉

    https://www.mdr.de/wissen/lexitv-tiefsee-naturkundemuseum-leipzig-100.html

    Cheers

    Ronny

  • 1 year, 5 months ago
    Sachin kania and Dr. Ronny Maik Leder are now friends
  • 1 year, 6 months ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted a new activity comment

    well first you need to dry the sediments by using a drying oven, that will open up tiny pores and cracks, then use the tensides we (Jack and I) already recommended in a former blog (like Rewoquat). If this isn’t working you will need to work with the good old mechanical methods … btw best greetings to El and Jack

  • 1 year, 10 months ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder replied to the topic help with shark tooth ID in the forum What Is It?

    tiny Meg teeth (around 2 inch) are called Hubbell teeth after Gordon Hubbell a Gainesville local private collector

  • 1 year, 10 months ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted an update

    is the scale in cm or inch?

  • 1 year, 10 months ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder replied to the topic help with shark tooth ID in the forum What Is It?

    Hey Linda,

    seems to be a smaller Meg tooth (Carcharocles megalodon)

    cheers

    Ronny

  • 1 year, 10 months ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted a new activity comment

    Hey Max, I guess everything is fine.

  • 2 years ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted an update

    Hey El,

     

    just saw the news that you are leaving the project. FOSSIL will loose it’s all connecting element … sad for the project but hey congrats for your new position. I know that you didn’t liked the Florida weather same like I did and now you can enjoy you new “habitat”. Congrats again and thousand wishes from Germany. Best wishes to your husband as well … now you can start growing a family 😉

     

    Best

     

    Ronny

    • Hi, @rleder! Yes, it’s true, I landed a permanent position with the University of Kansas. I wish that the timing had worked out better for FOSSIL’s benefit, but everyone seems to understand that a permanent position outweighs a term position. I am excited for the new opportunity and I must admit that I’m pretty thrilled to go back to a location with four distinct seasons (they get snow there, yay!). Many thanks for the congratulations! Hope you, Sabrina, and the kids are doing very well – I miss you guys. My husband and I will have to plan a trip to Leipzig after getting settled in Kansas 🙂
      Cheers,
      Eleanor

  • 2 years, 1 month ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted an update

    12 at the moment .. but I will need to hire at least 13 new employees to keep the museum functional

  • 2 years, 1 month ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted a new activity comment

    😉

  • 2 years, 1 month ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted an update

    me and my team with flowers in orange and blue … reminescent of UF

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    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted an update


  • 2 years, 1 month ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted an update

    yes Alex @alexander-hastings, I got the job. I am the Director General of the Natural History Museum of the City of Leipzig. Yesterday we were celebrating my first 6 months of being in charge, which means that I have successfully passed the period of probation now.  See the picture of me celebrating with the team and flowers in orange and blue, reminescent of UF

  • 2 years, 1 month ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted a new activity comment

    Hey man … my job is awesome and I am the most happiest man in the world. Stay tuned for my first visualisations …

  • 2 years, 1 month ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted a new activity comment

    and Lisa, wait for tomorrow and I will send you some impressions … see my reply for El

  • 2 years, 1 month ago
    Dr. Ronny Maik Leder posted a new activity comment

    wow El … sweet words … I actually miss our deep conversations too … with this day on I have now passed my first 6 months which means that I will be the Director General for a lifetime since the period of probation is over now. Hooray!!! The concept for the new museum is finished and the feedback from the parliament was awesome … they said even if it will be much more expensive than anticipated we will have to find the extra money for it … everybody wants to see in reality what I had in in my mind as a vision. Tomorrow I can send you some first impressions and visualizations … stay tuned 😉

    • Hooray! And congratulations, @rleder! I am very happy to hear that your ideas and leadership style have been a success for the museum thus far. I really like the preview you sent – wowww!

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