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Researchers' Computer Model Predicts Which Organisms are Capable of Phagocytosis A team of American Museum of Natural History researchers has created a computational model capable of predicting whether or not organisms... February 20, 2018 Study Punctures "You Are What You Eat" Paradigm for Carnivore Skull Shape From dogs to seals to cats, members of the mammalian order Carnivora can vary greatly from one species to another. But for the most... February 7, 2018 Cheetahs' Inner Ear is One-of-a-Kind, Vital to High-Speed Hunting The world’s fastest land animal, the cheetah, is a successful hunter not only because it is quick, but also because it can hold an... February 2, 2018 Study Warns that Snake Fungal Disease Could be a Global Threat New research suggests that a potentially fatal snake fungus found in several species in the United States and three in Europe could... December 20, 2017 Our Senses: An Immersive Experience Opens at the American Museum of Natural History   December 18, 2017 The American Museum of Natural History Announces the New Exhibition Our Senses: An Immersive Experience In an upcoming highly experiential exhibition at the Museum, funhouse-like spaces will dare visitors to trust their senses—then show... November 2, 2017 Rethinking Well-being and Sustainability Measurements from Local to Global Scales A new study suggests that standard ways of measuring well-being and sustainability in communities used by global organizations may... October 23, 2017 American Museum of Natural History to Design All-new Halls of Gems and Minerals The American Museum of Natural History announced today that it will undertake a complete redesign of its popular Morgan Memorial... October 16, 2017 New Study Suggests that Last Common Ancestor of Humans and Apes was Smaller than Thought New research suggests that the last common ancestor of apes—including great apes and humans—was much smaller than previously thought,... October 12, 2017 New Study Combines Biology, Anthropology, and Economics for More Complete Picture of Illegal Wildlife Trade Wildlife trade represents a major threat to endangered species, especially in Southeast Asia, where illegal trade is widespread despite... October 11, 2017 American Museum of Natural History Begins Major Project to Restore and Update Historic Northwest Coast Hall The Museum announced a multi-year project to update the Northwest Coast Hall and enrich the interpretation of its exhibits. September 25, 2017 Early Trilobites had Stomachs, New Fossil Study Shows Exceptionally preserved trilobite fossils from China, dating back to more than 500 million years ago, have revealed new insights... September 21, 2017
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