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Blog Post The Arachnid Collection Behind Spiders Alive! A visitor to the Museum’s Spiders Alive! exhibition, which showcases live examples of approximately 20 spider species, might not... July 30, 2012 Blog Post Museum Ph.D. Student Confirms New Lizard Species in the Congo Museum graduate student Edward Stanley recently used high-resolution x-ray images of tiny “armor” bones to help an international... May 16, 2012 Blog Post New Media at the Museum This Thursday, February 16, scientists, writers, and educators will gather for a panel discussion of how social media change the... February 14, 2012 Blog Post From Beaks to Genes: Chris Filardi on Island Birds and Biology Chris Filardi is the director of Pacific Programs at the Museum’sCenter for Biodiversity and Conservation. He has spent his career... April 2, 2012 Blog Post Geminid Meteors Arrive Thursday Night The annual Geminid meteor shower is coming. Learn where to look and how to watch. December 6, 2012 Blog Post SKY REPORTER: The Search for Habitable Planets The Kepler Mission discovered a new earth-like extrasolar planet. April 24, 2013   Differentiating Instruction for Special Education ELL Students Flora Padro tells how Climate Change inspired students' learning about weather and climate. Video How Did Pterosaurs Fly? Many animals can glide through the air, but pterosaurs, birds, and bats are the only vertebrates that evolved for powered flight. Programs and Events Identification Day Bring your shells, rocks, insects, feathers, bones, and artifacts to the annual Identification Day. Blog Post Sky Smorgasbord On March 4, the Moon "eclipses" Aldebaran, a bright star in the night sky. And, a new planetary system recently discovered... March 3, 2017 Blog Post Visions of Venus February is a great opportunity to spot Venus after sunset. February 3, 2017 Student Programs SRMP Curricula for Teachers The Science Research Mentoring Program course curriculum connects content, theory, and methodologies to the current, cutting-edge...