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The Museum's Richard Gilder Graduate School Confers PH.D. and MAT Degrees Graduates include 13 new earth science teachers and four doctoral graduates in comparative biology. September 14, 2022 Study Finds Sky-High Levels of Antifreeze Protein in Arctic Fish Snailfish study reveals highest expression levels of antifreeze proteins ever reported. August 16, 2022 Study Refutes Claim T. Rex was 3 Separate Species Paleontologists find insufficient evidence that iconic Tyrannosaurus rex should be reclassified. July 25, 2022 AMNH Announces Extinct and Endangered: Insects in Peril The exhibition highlights 40 incredible but imperiled insect species, selected from specimens in the Museum’s research collection. June 9, 2022 Fossils Show Head-Bashing Contributed to Evolution of Giraffes' Long Necks Analysis of a newly described species of ancient giraffe shows a unique skull and neck adapted for head-bashing competition. June 3, 2022 Northwest Coast Hall Opens May 13 New exhibits developed with Indigenous communities present the creativity and history of Pacific Northwest living cultures. May 5, 2022 Dynamic Rivers Contributed to Amazon's Rich Bird Diversity Genome-based study also finds new bird species at high risk of imminent extinction. April 8, 2022 Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation to Open Winter 2022-23 Read about the opening of the new Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation at the American Museum of Natural... March 29, 2022 Studies Of Endangered Species Stress Transboundary Conservation As climate change forces species to migrate across borders, scientists recommend coordinated approaches to prevent biodiversity loss. March 22, 2022 New Species of Extinct Vampire-Squid-Like Cephalopod Exceptionally preserved fossil pushes back age of Vampyropoda by nearly 82 million years, and is the first with ten arms. March 8, 2022 Echolocating Yin and Yang Bats Have a Hidden Difference in Their Ears Study finds that variations in the inner ear led to evolution of different forms of echolocation in two major bat lineages. January 26, 2022 Citizen Scientists Find Young Jupiter-Like Object Missed by Previous Searches New study finds a world about 146 light years away that's not quite a planet, not quite a brown dwarf. December 9, 2021
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