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
While going on an expedition to search for fossils may sound glamorous, it involves a lot of hard work—sometimes in pretty extreme environments. Of course, it’s very rewarding when you find something, especially an entirely new species of dinosaur. From Antarctica to Patagonia to Utah, Field Museum paleontologists have been all over the world. Read more about Fossil Hunting 101
Join us for #AskACurator Day on Wednesday, September 14! Bring all your questions related to natural history, science, museum collections, and research. We’ll be taking questions throughout the day on Twitter @FieldMuseum, along with a livestream on Facebook and scientists taking questions on their own Twitter handles. Here are just a few topics Field Museum scientists are eager to talk about (all times mentioned are CT): Read more about Ask A Curator Day: Insects, Birds, Fossils, Meteorites, and More!