One of New York's greatest institutions is the latest entity to be called out for allegedly failing to protect its staff from sexual misconduct.After months of investigation, Science Magazine reported Tuesday that a researcher at the American Museum of Natural History has been accused of sexual harassment and even assault by others in his field. Show More Summary
Scientists have assembled the first complete genome of one of humanity's oldest and least-loved, companions: the bedbug. The new work, led by researchers at the American Museum of Natural History and Weill Cornell Medicine, and published today in Nature Communications, could help combat pesticide resistance in the unwelcome parasite. Show More Summary
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Despite pressure from scientists and activists, Koch says he’s leaving of his own accord.
David Koch has left his seat on the board of directors of the American Museum of Natural History. Climate scientists have been calling for the conservative oil billionaire to get his fingers out of science museums, and Koch’s resignation is being celebrated as a victory. Show More Summary
Last week, David Koch resigned from the board of the American Museum of Natural History after 23 years. Environmental groups have been clamoring for his departure for years due to his anti-science stance on climate change. Should they declare victory, or is this all part of a Koch Industries rebranding scheme?
Back in 2014 we shared news of the awesome discovery of fossils belonging to one of the largest dinosaurs that ever walked the earth and its equally awesome name: the Titanosaur. Last week the American Museum of Natural History unveiled...Show More Summary
The New York Times is reporting that David H. Koch — one-half of the Bond-villain-duo Koch Brothers of the fever swamps of the Left’s imagination — has left the board of the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Koch had served on the board for over two decades and donated $23 million to the museum — the dinosaur wing even bears his name. Show More Summary
Scientists at the American Museum of Natural History in New York have named a new species of leech after Amy Tan, bestselling author of such novels as The Joy Luck Club and The Bonesetter’s Daughter. They also completed a CT scan of the tiny creature—the first time the technique has been used on a microscopic soft-bodied specimen. Read more...
The billionaire polluter was on the American Museum of Natural History's board for 23 years. No more.
The oil billionaire David Koch has stepped down from the board at the American Museum of Natural History, after 23 years and more than $20m in donations to the New York museum. Related: Dark Money review: Nazi oil, the Koch brothers and a rightwing revolution The conservative magnate’s departure...
The billionaire businessman David H. Koch has left his position on the board of trustees of the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) after serving on it for 23 years.
After 23 years, David H. Koch has decided to quit the board of the American Museum of Natural History. Although groups like Greenpeace and the Sierra Club have called for Koch's dismissal for months — "There's no place for the agenda of people like David Koch and others trying to undermine... More »
David H. Koch, a philanthropist who was one of the American Museum of Natural HIstory's generous benefactors, but also drew criticism from some environmentalists and scientists, had left the board of the museum, officials announced.
A rancher in Argentina discovered a new species of titanosaur, now at the American Museum of Natural History. Experts hope the fossil discovery will yield new insights.
An enormous, 122-foot-long dinosaur cast of the titanosaur is now on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, but it’s so large—roughly the length of three school buses—that it extends into a second room. It’s...Show More Summary
A display featuring the Titanosaur—a 122-foot-long, 70-ton sauropod—opened to the public Friday at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, reports the Wall Street Journal. It's the biggest dinosaur ever discovered, as far as many paleontologists are concerned. But, writing for fivethirtyeight.com, David Goldenberg recalls...
The biggest creature to ever walk the surface of the earth invaded New York City’s American Museum of Natural History on Friday—a dinosaur species so new that it hasn’t even been named, with a skeleton so big that it doesn’t even fit inside one room. Show More Summary
YouTube Link Today marks the opening of the latest dinosaur model exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History: the titanosaur. A report of the discovery of a titanosaur in Argentina, Dreadnoughtus, was featured previously at Neatorama. Show More Summary
A cast and fossils from a brand new species of titanosaur, one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered, went on display on Thursday in New York for the first time. It comes from a species so newly discovered that its scientific name...Show More Summary