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News Posts Students Across Globe Participate in Museum’s OLogy Challenge The Museum is helping students around the world continue learning from home with hands-on activities for families. May 4, 2020 News Posts Don’t Miss April’s Super Pink Moon On April 7, 2020, take a look at the sky for the biggest, brightest Moon of 2020, dubbed the “Super Pink Moon.” April 7, 2020 Research posts Most Novae Star Systems are Sleeping, Study Confirms New research confirms a long-contested theory that cataclysmic binary systems go through a cycle of hibernation. March 30, 2020 Research posts Niagara Falls Acts as Barrier for Fish Species Museum research finds that fish species above and below Niagara Falls are genetically distinct. March 25, 2020 Research posts New Species of Sea Anemones Described by Students Working With Museum Scientists Students working with researchers in the Museum's Student Research Mentorship Program describe new deep-sea anemones. March 20, 2020 Research posts 540-Million-Year-Old Marine Fossil Remains a Mystery New research from Museum scientists finds that an ancient marine animal doesn't fit clearly in any known group. March 12, 2020 Research posts Lorikeets’ Flashy Feathers Are Multitasking, Study Finds A Museum-led study examines how color evolved in one of the most dazzling groups of parrots—Australasian lorikeets. March 2, 2020 News Posts This Month at the Museum Coming in March: a new exhibition about color, an after-hours program about the human brain, and more. February 28, 2020 Research posts Soft Underwater Gripper Tests Jellyfish Stress Response Museum researchers test how a new underwater robotic can safely catch and release delicate jellyfish.­­­­ February 27, 2020 Research posts Rare Brown Dwarf System Found by Citizen Scientists Citizen scientists discovered a pair of brown dwarfs separated by a large distance and with low total mass. February 24, 2020 Research posts Ancient Rodent Nests Contain Clues from Earth’s Past Researchers look to DNA recovered from packrat middens to find out how ecological communities change over time. February 18, 2020 News Posts Midwinter Recess at the Museum Explore tropical butterflies, the solar system, and tyrannosaurs this February break. February 13, 2020
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