Eric Gorscak is a postdoctoral researcher at The Field Museum focusing on African dinosaurs and paleobiogeography of the southern continents. Read more about Tyrannosaur Relatives of SUE
Blogs & Videos
Every day at The Field Museum we're exploring something new, whether it's hidden deep in our collections or being investigated out in the field. Tune in to our blogs and videos to learn about breakthrough discoveries firsthand from our Field Museum scientists, discover curiosities in our vaults with Emily Graslie, or see how our science is making an impact in the world around you.
Check out what our Chief Curiosity Correspondent, Emily Graslie, has explored on The Brain Scoop!
Explore the treasures of The Field Museum's collections with The Field Revealed video series.
Science Newsflash brings you the most current scientific news stories from The Field Museum.
Recent Blog Posts
Scott Lidgard is the MacArthur Associate Curator of Fossil Invertebrates and Paul Mayer is the Collections Manager, Fossil Invertebrates in the Gantz Family Collections. Read more about Tully Monster: Vertebrate or Enigma?
The Field Museum opened a brand new exhibit on meteorites in February 2017. The exhibit features an exclusive display of four rare fossil meteorites that fell to Earth into an ocean 466 million years ago. Read more about Visit our Brand New Meteorite Exhibit
We're highlighting women in science at The Field Museum and their diverse areas of research, paths to working in science, and their advice for future scientists. Hear from Alaka Wali, curator of North American anthropology collections: How did you get to where you are? Read more about Women in Science: Alaka Wali, Curator of North American Anthropology
We're highlighting women artists at The Field Museum and exploring the intersection of art and science. Hear from Adrienne Stroup, geology collections assistant and freelance scientific illustrator: Read more about Women in Art: Adrienne Stroup, Geology Collections Assistant
The Field Museum will be participating in the Chicago chapter of the nationwide March for Science on April 22. The March is a non-partisan demonstration for supporters of science to voice their passion for and commitment to the pursuit of knowledge, facts, and discovery. Read more about Why We're Marching for Science
We're highlighting women in science at The Field Museum and their diverse areas of research, paths to working in science, and their advice for future scientists. Hear from Corine Vriesendorp, MacArthur Sr. Conservation Ecologist, Director, Andes-Amazon program:
How did you get where you are today?
Read more about Women in Science: Corine Vriesendorp, Conservation Ecologist
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
The use of the words “fact”, “hypothesis”, and “theory” in science can be confusing, especially if conducting research isn’t your everyday job! But these terms have specific meanings, and they’re part of an important process that scientists use to gather information about the world around us. First, some quick definitions—here’s how scientists at The Field Museum (and around the world) use these terms: Read more about What Do We Mean When We Talk About Facts in Science?