At the next SciCafe, Curator Brian Richmond and Boston University’s Jeremy DeSilva will talk about why walking on two legs makes us human—and how our bodies still aren’t quite designed for bipedalism.
Curator Nancy Simmons talks about how technology is improving fieldwork, the process of writing her new book, and some of her favorite bats.
What does the genetic fingerprint of New York City look like? Microbiome researcher Chris Mason, who recently gave a talk at SciCafe, is trying to find out.
At the March SciCafe, Museum researchers will recount their time in a remote area of Papua New Guinea. Here, ornithologist Paul Sweet talks life in the field—and the importance of good hiking boots.