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Student Programs Adventures in Science Camps Immersive camps for children in grades 1-5 that cover all areas of Museum science. Educator Materials Spitzer Hall of Human Origins Booklist for Kids Explore your ancestral past and the 22nd-century possibilities of DNA research with this collection of kid-friendly titles selected... Educator Materials For Educators: Hall of Reptiles and Amphibians Can you spot the difference between a reptile and an amphibian egg? Learn how with this kid-friendly guide to our hall of cold-blooded...   Computational Sciences     Conservation Teaching and Learning Studios As a part of our Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP) program, the CBC organizes Conservation Teaching and... Blog Post From the Field: Fossil Leaves and Mammals Blogging from west Kenya, William Harcourt-Smith, a research associate in the Division of Paleontology, is directing a 20-million-year-old... July 14, 2011 Blog Post From the Field: Heading Out to Rusinga Island Blogging from west Kenya, William Harcourt-Smith, a research associate in the Division of Paleontology, is directing a 20-million-year-old... June 21, 2011 Research Museum Scientist Will Oversee Sample Analysis For 2016 Mission to Asteroid Geologist Harold C. Connolly, a research associate in the Museum’s Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, will oversee sample... June 27, 2011   Birding for Beginners Museum-led bird walks are a great way to get in touch with nature without leaving the city. May 24, 2017   That Time a Giant Dinosaur Balloon Was Inflated Inside the American Museum of Natural History The Museum is closed on Thursday as the Thanksgiving Day parade kicks off outside our steps on 77th Street. See if you can spot the... November 22, 2017 Article Microbiome Monday: The Microbiome of Central Park Dr. Noah Fierer’s lab at the University of Colorado studies communities of microbes in forests, parks, homes, and offices, seeking... September 21, 2015 Blog Post Take a Tour of the Richard Gilder Graduate School with Google Glass A student in the Comparative Biology doctoral program at the Museum’s Richard Gilder Graduate School (RGGS), Watanabe was recently... August 9, 2013