What goes into creating multimedia pieces for a museum gallery? In our exhibition, Drawing on Tradition: Kanza Artist Chris Pappan, the Museum collaborated with Chris Pappan, Adam Sings In The Timber, Debra Yepa-Pappan and Santiago X to create the immersive experience that brings the exhibition to life. Chris shared the following about putting together the audio and video for the show: Read more about Sights and Sounds of a Gallery
In science, we're constantly striving to make new discoveries and gain a better understanding of life, nature, and the world around us. Watch as some of our science communicators and experts take us on a tour through the Evolving Planet exhibition, showcasing just a few of many science facts you can find here. At The Field Museum, we're always doing research and learning more, and we invite you to be curious and explore the facts alongside us. Read more about Facts Matter at The Field Museum
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Thanks to Dr. Robert Martin for his help with this video. You can check out the materials referenced in this episode and more on his blog on PsychologyToday.
And his book, “How We Do It.” Read more about The Evolution of Human Birth
… have really interesting cultural implications. What does your footwear say about YOU? Read more about Shoes
We’ve got three big stories talking about tiny things! Tiny arms, tiny plants, tiny beardog fossils. Big science. Read more about T. rex Arms & BEARDOGS! | Natural News from The Field Museum | Ep. 6
There's been a lot of talk and research interest around the possibility of resurrecting certain groups of organisms (or, at least their genomes) from extinction, with Woolly Mammoths being prime candidates for such an endeavor. But what about a closely related group, like the Mastodons? What's the criteria for possible 'de-extinction'? SO MANY QUESTIONS. Read more about Mammoths vs. Mastodons: Can we 'de-extinct' them both?
We're taking a break from our regular content this week to share this message with you. It's more important than ever to remind ourselves who we are, and what good we can do for our planet, and one another. Read more about A Commitment to Curiosity
Wherein my mind is blown by technology, yet again. Read more about The Amazing Laser
You win some, and you lose some: this is true in games of chess, and sometimes in science, too. A newly discovered species can never replace the loss of another - but we persevere. Read more about 2 Extinctions, 1 New Species, and… chess?| Natural News from The Field Museum | Ep. 5
Like many kids, I dissected owl pellets when I was in school - but I never realized they can be used by scientists to learn about certain aspects of an ecosystem. And today, paleontologists like Matt McDowell are using these pellets to learn about the history of an environment, to preserve them for the future. Read more about How Bird Vomit Helps Us Understand History