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  Blogs CBC staff blog posts, including notes from the field. Article Living and Working in Antarctica Safely Each year, more than 1,000 researchers and support staff travel to Antarctica. It's Ferris's job to make sure that each one has safety... Article Ocean Camp With the ruin of their ship looming behind them, the men set up "Ocean Camp," a makeshift camp on the ice. Each man was... Workshop Explorers: Science Selections (Grades 4 and 5) - School Break Camps In this survey of the sciences, campers will participate in investigative projects exploring concepts in different fields of research... Article Antarctic Hazards Dehydration, hypothermia, frostbite, sunburn of the eyes, trench foot ... there's no shortage of hazards in the Antarctic. When it... Research Biologists Integrate Unmanned Aircraft Technology in Long-standing Canadian Wildlife Study In a portion of Manitoba, Canada, so remote you have to fly in by helicopter, a research team led by the University of North Dakota... September 29, 2015 Article Education at the Museum By both adding and updating dedicated learning spaces, the Gilder Center will significantly enhance the Museum’s capacity to serve... Camp Fieldnotes: Mary Anning Learn about the work of Mary Anning, a pioneer of the field of paleontology. Camp Fieldnotes: Jane Goodall Learn about primatologist Jane Goodall and her work on the social lives of chimpanzees. Courses and Workshops Professional Learning Opportunities The Museum offers a variety of on-site professional learning opportunities. Camp Fieldnotes: Investigations Take on the role of a Museum curator and learn how to design an investigation that helps us solve the mysteries of the world. Blog Post A Summer's Work in the Solomon Islands In the Solomon Islands, an archipelago of some 1,000 islands east of Papua New Guinea, the Museum is partnering with indigenous communities... August 31, 2012
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