Courtesy of Lucas Museum of Narrative Art LA beat out San Francisco for George Lucas' Museum of Narrative Art, which will be housed in Exposition Park. Exposition Park is already home to the Natural History Museum, the California African American Museum and the California Science Center. The museum board said Lucas chose LA [...]
Cuba is a place of exceptional biodiversity and cultural richness, and now a new bilingual exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History offers visitors fresh insights into this island nation just 94 miles from Florida?s shores. Show More Summary
After more than 100 years of residency in London's Natural History Museum, the world famous cast of a Diplodocus carnegii skeleton, known as "Dippy", is going on tour to inspire and educate more people than ever before.
The author of “Cannibalism: A Perfectly Natural History” will discuss it at the American Museum of Natural History next month.
The towering replica skeleton of "Dippy" the dinosaur, a star attraction at London's Natural History Museum for more than 100 years, made its final appearance on Wednesday before being dismantled. The 292-bone plastercast of a fossilised...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Natural History Museum bids farewell to its most famous exhibit, Dippy the diplodocus, on Wednesday after almost four decades of greeting visitors before being dismantled ahead of a national tour. For 35Show More Summary
NYC American Museum of Natural History Where Paranormal Activity Is a Prehistoric Adventure This New Year, NYC’s own “Ghost Doctors” will be leading groups of newly inducted ghost... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
(American Museum of Natural History) New research on the teeth of fossilized dinosaur embryos indicates that the eggs of non-avian dinosaurs took a long time to hatch --between about three and six months. The study finds that contrary to previous assumptions, dinosaur incubation is more similar to that of typical reptiles than of birds. Show More Summary
Taking the kids out of school to travel is always something I stand behind because they will always learn more from what they see than what they hear about. In October my son accompanied me on a work trip to the Big Apple and one of the things I was excited to do with him was show him some of the city's incredible museums. Show More Summary
Including how it could have looked very different.
On November 18–20, the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) hosted “Hack the Stacks,” a solution-building event where over 100 developers, programmers, and others with a passion for computer science worked overnight to develop innovative solutions for the challenges faced by modern libraries and archives. Show More Summary
“It is amazing what comes in the door,” one natural history museum director says.
The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County opened its exhibition Diamonds: Rare Brilliance, which brings together rare colored gems never before seen in the United States inside the Museum?s renowned Gem and Mineral Hall. At the...Show More Summary
YouTube link. "It took 200,000 years for our human population to reach 1 billion—and only 200 years to reach 7 billion." An interesting visualization by the staff at the American Museum of Natural History.
A French employee at the Orleans museum of natural history was found guilty and handed a three-month suspended sentence for stealing hundreds of stones and fossils dating back to the Neolithic era and selling them on eBay.
A French employee at the Orleans museum of natural history was found guilty and handed a three-month suspended sentence for stealing hundreds of stones and fossils dating back to the Neolithic era and selling them on eBay. The man was...Show More Summary
After a year’s-long search came up empty, scientists feared the hellbender salamander had disappeared from Alabama. But now, a team led by James Godwin, an aquatic zoologist with Auburn University’s Museum of Natural History, identified...Show More Summary
Dr. Michael Ryan, curator and head of vertebrate paleontology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, is the lead author on new research published in the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences that names two new tribes of horned dinosaurs (ceratopsians) based on characteristics related to frill (or head shield) ornamentation.
The American Museum of Natural History, the country's oldest, largest, and one of the most popular museums in the country, has revealed it has partially divested its $650 million endowment from fossil fuel investments, in response to...Show More Summary
(Cleveland Museum of Natural History) Scientists identify two new tribes of ceratopsian dinosaurs based on distinctions in frill ornamentation. These two tribes employed different strategies and lived side-by-side in the Late Cretaceous in what is now western North America.