Studying Gloger's Rule and the effects of changing environments on bird plumages
Presidents of archaeological organizations call on the world community to jointly protect Libyan antiquities
This is my 12th and final week working for the Field Museum this summer.
BioSynC pilots and implements digital learning programs in collaboration with Field Museum scientists and the Education Department to enable youth to become active science learners and participate in cutting edge Museum research.
Fossil Invertebrate intern Alex describes his 2011 summer project involving the digitization of Chicago Silurian reef invertebrate fossils at the Field Museum.
Over the past few weeks my knowledge of photography has expanded exponentially.
I am now more than half way through my internship, and beginning to do some more engaging tasks.
A recent visitor to the museum's Division of Insects from Nanjing, China brought bags full of exciting fossil beetle specimens with him. Read on for an update...
With access to Ebird, I can record data on the birds I see even on vacation
Peter Pyle visits our collections for project on molt patterns in Chilean birds
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