New research led by the Museum suggests there may be as many as 18,000 species of birds around the world.
A Museum-led study reveals that different vertebrate species responded to climate change differently over the last 500,000 years.
For Museum research associate Harold Connolly, the most interesting work in geology isn’t on Earth at all. Instead, he’s helping to understand the origins of ancient asteroids.
Watanabe's fascination with dinosaurs started with a VHS tape and led to the Museum, the Gobi Desert, and beyond.