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SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: Hacking the Stars with Hakeem Oluseyi How can data about stars be “hacked” to answer questions about the universe? At the Museum Worlds Beyond Earth—Opens January 2020 Are there other active worlds like Earth in our solar system? SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: Museum Library Collections Unleashed! The Museum’s historic Library collections are still helping scientists answer new questions today. Exhibits Explore the Arthur Ross Hall of Meteorites Meteorites hold data about the formation of our solar system and planets. Exhibits ICONS - T. rex: The King of Time For a hundred years, the Museum's Tyrannosaurus rex has shaped our idea of what a dinosaur is. Shelf Life Shelf Life 19: Peering Back at Primates Historic gibbon specimens help conservation science. SciCafe / Lectures SciCafe: A Bright Future for Our Oceans? with Jeremy Jackson How have our oceans changed in the last 50 years, and how can humans help protect and restore them? Space Skylight: Apollo Mission Landings and Lunar Phases Discover how lunar phases helped Apollo astronauts navigate the Moon's surface. Research and Collections Searching For Microbes In Moss - Pondlife Ep 3 Mosses, some of the oldest plants on land, are home to an incredible variety of microbes. Oceans The ABCs of Cephalopods with Conservation Biologist Samantha Cheng Celebrate Cephalopod Week with Museum conservation biologist Samantha Cheng. Research and Collections Cyanobacteria from Pond to Lab - Pondlife Ep 2 Cyanobacteria are among the most important and abundant organisms on Earth. Research and Collections Searching for Human Ancestors in East Africa Find out how paleoanthropologist Ashley Hammond finds fossils in the field and then studies them back in the lab.
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