SciCafe: Explore21: Papua New Guinea
March 4, 2015
Join Museum scientists as they tell their tales of their recent expedition into the highlands of Papua New Guinea. As part of the Museum's Explore21 scientific initiative, the team set out to a remote site in the central highlands of the island.
This SciCafe event occurred on March 3, 2015. Hear the full program in this podcast, or watch a version here:
The Museum’s Explore21 Initiative is supported by the leadership contributions of Katheryn P. and Thomas L. Kempner, Jr., and Linda R. and William E. Macaulay.
The SciCafe series is proudly sponsored by Judy and Josh Weston.
Read blog posts from the Explore21: Papua New Guinea expedition:
For more information about research from the Explore21: Papua New Guinea expedition, watch Episode 4 of Shelf Life.
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