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Press Release American Museum of Natural History Internship Program Celebrates 20th Anniversary This summer, while many of their peers are starting traditional, office-based internships, more than 30 local young adults wi... August 1, 2016 Student Programs Cosmology - Exploratory Course In this class, you'll learn about both aspects of cosmology – see how different cultures represent their cosmologies through... Press Release CROCS: ANCIENT PREDATORS IN A MODERN WORLD AT THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY For 200 million years, crocs and their charismatic ancestors have been a tenacious presence on our planet, sometimes in forms... June 3, 2016 Course Greening of the Arctic Google+ Hangout In this online seminar, connect with ecologists to explore a new data visualization about Arctic plant life and climate change. Event Hall Tour: Space and Time Join a Museum tour guide and explore the Cullman Hall of Universe. Walk the Scales of Universe and the Cosmic Pathway to unde... Saturday, January 7, 2017 Blog Post Neil deGrasse Tyson Receives NAS Public Welfare Medal National Academy of Sciences has awarded its highest honor to astrophysicist, author, and director of the Museum’s Hayden Pla... Blog Post Ph.D. Graduate Profile: Allison Bronson Doctoral candidate Allison Bronson studied fossil cartilaginous fishes, including the diversification of early sharks. Research Study Combines Biology, Anthropology, and Economics for More Complete Picture of Illegal Wildlife Trade Wildlife trade represents a major threat to endangered species, especially in Southeast Asia, where illegal trade is widespre... October 11, 2017 Blog Post World Science Festival Event at Museum Thursday, May 30 On Thursday, May 30, at the Museum, a bevy of explorers and researchers will explain the connection between Arctic whales and... Press Release ¡Cuba! Opens at the American Museum of Natural History Cuba is a place of exceptional biodiversity and cultural richness, and now a new bilingual exhibition at the American Museum... November 21, 2016 Article ¡Que Vivan las Serpientes Muertas! "What can I do for a decent science fair project?" See how this 12th-grader from Ohio turned his answer to this com... Blog Post "Punk Eek," 40 Years Later In the late 1960s, Curator Emeritus Niles Eldredge was a graduate student with a passion for trilobite eyes. He had been taug...
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