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  Africa NCEP worked in Madagascar for over a decade, developing educational resources and training conservations educators and protected... Degree Program School Overview   Blog Post In Their True Colors: Developing New Methods for Recoloring Faded Taxidermy In 2013, the American Museum of Natural History and Yale University’s Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage and the... Blog Post The Joy of Cooking's Family History In the Museum's new special exhibition Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture, an early edition of the American classic Joy of... December 7, 2012 Blog Post Exoplanet Hunters Find a Chemical Clue European scientists recently used a telescope instrument called HARPS to measure the chemical content of 500 stars similar to the... December 18, 2009 Blog Post Get the Inside View on Whales: Giants of the Deep A whale of a tale! In a video, get the inside view from Museum curators about our newest exhibition, Whales: Giants of the Deep,... March 22, 2013 Blog Post Google Glass with Aki Watanabe: Big Bone Room Aki Watanabe, a student in the comparative biology doctoral program at the American Museum of Natural History's Richard Gilder Graduate... August 15, 2013 Audio Podcast: Fishes That Glow – Exploring Biofluorescence and Bioluminescence in the Sea Researchers have discovered that the oceans are full of luminous, colorful organisms—the challenge is knowing how and where to look... March 29, 2018 Audio The Global Surge of Earthquakes In this podcast, join Dr. Thorne Lay, professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of California,... December 17, 2015 Audio 2016 Environmental Lecture and Luncheon: Public Health in a Dynamic Environment In the annual Environmental Lecture and Luncheon, Lynn Sherr of ABC News’ “20/20” and Museum Trustee and former Commissioner of the... May 19, 2016 Audio Podcast: Ray Jayawardhana: Strange New Worlds In the past 16 years, astronomers have discovered more than 700 exoplanets, or planets that orbit other stars. If scientists find... February 10, 2012 Audio What a Fish Knows Myth-busting animal behavior expert Jonathan Balcombe takes us under the sea, through streams and estuaries, and to the other side... December 1, 2016