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Event Mickey Hart Presents Musica Universalis Join legendary Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart for a unique program at the Museum. Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14, 2018 Article Move and Sense Animals use many ways of getting around, plus a range of senses, to navigate different parts of the planet. Special Exhibition Brain: The Inside Story Find out how the brain works, how it changes through life, and what scientists are discovering about the brain today. November 20, 2010 — August 14, 2011 Programs and Events How a People Live The Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw First Nation, forcibly relocated from British Columbia in 1964, exhibit remarkable strength in the face... Blog Post What’s in Store For Your 21st Century Brain? Mechanical devices now connect to the brain to restore lost senses like hearing and sight. What if similar technologies could end... July 15, 2011   Is there Biodiversity in our Backyards?     Even Cheetahs' Ears Are Built for Speed New research shows these high-speed hunters have a unique inner ear that helps them keep their balance—and their gaze locked on prey. February 2, 2018   For Squirrel Monkeys, Full-Color Vision is a Female-Only Trait Even within the same species, individuals see the world differently. And among squirrel monkeys, males lack a gene that distinguishes... December 15, 2017 Blog Post Celebrate Kwanzaa at the Museum on December 31 At a time when Kwanzaa was still a rather new tradition, the Museum became one of the places where New York-area residents came to... December 27, 2011 Article Collaborators   Article Tails But our ancestors lost their tails about 18 million years ago. Today, humans retain only the shortest remnants--just a few hidden... Blog Post Extinct Gliding Mammal Changes Thinking About Ear Evolution The newly discovered mammal, a mouse-sized gliding animal from the Late Jurassic, has the earliest-known mammalian middle ear on... November 13, 2017
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