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Blog Post American Museum of Natural History Has Announced 2009 Young Naturalist Award Winners Twelve students from across the United States and Canada include three repeat winners from Texas, Maryland, and New York. Blog Post SKY REPORTER: On to Arcturus Saturn and Mars are prominent in the evening sky, along with the giant star Arcturus. Blog Post SKY REPORTER: Telescopes Great and Small Upcoming colossal telescopes will offer glimpses into the unknown, but you also can find a telescope this summer to see what'... Blog Post Project 1640 An advanced telescope imaging system that started taking data last month is the first of its kind capable of spotting planets... Blog Post Nov. 30 Human Genome Panel Preview: Common Genetics Myths The completion of the Human Genome Project 10 years ago promised a new era of disease treatment and personalized medicine. Bu... Blog Post Velociraptor Had Feathers   Blog Post Celebrating The 150th Anniversary Of On The Origin Of Species   Blog Post New Research Shows Dolphin By-Catch Includes Genetic Relatives Genetics of Net Entanglement Has Implications for Small Cetacean Conservation Blog Post New Discoveries in North America's Great Plains Bring Ammonites to Life Insight Into Ammonite Life History From Well-Preserved "Oases in Water" Blog Post The New T. Rex: A leech With an Affinity For Noses New Genus and Species of Leech Discovered By Doctors in Amazonian Perú Blog Post Researchers Recover an Ancient Nova Modern astronomers have identified the location of the binary star that produced a nova eruption recorded in 1437 by Korea’s... Blog Post Early Trilobites Had Stomachs, New Fossil Study Shows New insights into the trilobite’s digestive system.