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Research Museum Researcher Names Lizard Genus After Tolkien’s Dragon Smaug The villain of J. R. R.Tolkien’s The Hobbit–the fearsome dragon Smaug–dwells deep in a cavern with a massive hoard of treasure and... September 6, 2011 Research Calculating Supports: Jackknife     Spotlight On Women Working in Science It’s International Women’s Day, and we’re taking the opportunity to spotlight a few of the women working in science at the Museum. March 8, 2016 Article Highlights from Creating the Origin Selections from the manuscripts.   Recent Kade Fellows   Research Human Relative’s Foot a Step Towards Modern Walking The bones of newly discovered Homo naledi were made for both climbing trees and walking upright. October 6, 2015 Article December 14, 1911 Although the Norwegian team had reached the plateau, travel remained very difficult with many crevasses to cross. Article A Record of the Past Hall of Human Origins | American Museum of Natural History Article Veiled Chameleon Go ahead--blink. In that split second, the Veiled Chameleon can shoot out its tongue, snatch an insect and snap it back in. Article Geckos Geckos and girdled lizards are transitional, between the sight hounds and the nose hound. Scampering up the wall. Hanging from the... Article The Sun and the Atom Bomb Decades after Einstein published his famous equation, E=mc2, other scientists realized that it did explain a number of physical phenomena.... Article A Matter of Time Time seems to follow a universal, ticktock rhythm. But it doesn't. In the Special Theory of Relativity, Einstein determined that...