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Podcasts Podcast: SciCafe–Why Dinosaurs Matter with Diego Pol What have scientists learned from the discovery of the largest-known sauropod? May 24, 2019 Podcasts Podcast—New Science, New Solutions: How Policy Can Help Us Fight Climate Change How can the global community come together to combat the rapidly accelerating effects of climate change? May 9, 2019 News Posts This Month at the Museum The Museum teems with wildlife, from an ocean babies-themed festival to the final days of The Butterfly Conservatory. May 1, 2019 News Posts Cerulean Warblers’ Spring Migration Includes Stopover in NYC New York City birders are on the lookout for Cerulean Warblers, tiny songbirds on their way to nesting grounds farther north. April 25, 2019 Research posts Crustaceans Evolved 100 Million Years Earlier Than Thought, Study Finds Researchers used genomic analysis to reveal that decapods, a group of 15,000 crustacean species, evolved 450 million years ago. April 18, 2019 On Exhibit posts Mega-Predator T. rex Had Super Senses Find out how heightened senses allowed T. rex to rise to the top of the food chain. April 18, 2019 Podcasts Podcast: SciCafe—Microbial Worlds of the Deep Sea with Jeffrey Marlowe Tiny microbes living in the deep sea have an enormous impact on the health of the oceans and the planet at large. April 18, 2019 Research posts Unusual Genome of Tube Anemones Surprises Researchers Size and shape of fragmented linear mitogenome of tube anemones (Ceriantharia) takes researchers by surprise. April 15, 2019 Podcasts Podcast: The Biology of Bias and the Future of Our Species What has science revealed about the truth and misconceptions of bias? April 4, 2019 On Exhibit posts How T. rex Lost Its Third Claw The Museum’s T. rex was once featured three claws on its forelimbs, but today it sports only two. April 4, 2019 Podcasts Podcast: SciCafe—The Raw Truth About Cooking with Rachel Carmody Cooking and processing change the ways our bodies digest food in ways we’re only just beginning to understand. March 21, 2019 On Exhibit posts How Do Scientists Study Young T. rex? Scientists look to growth rates and tyrannosaur relatives for clues about what Tyrannosaurus rex was like before it grew into a mega-predator. March 18, 2019
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