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[image] New Treehopper Named After NHMU Executive Director

New Treehopper Named After NHMU Executive Director

NHMU Director Jason Cryan is a world expert on treehoppers, and now he has one named after him.
[image] Take Time to Walk Among the Wildflowers this Spring

Take Time to Walk Among the Wildflowers this Spring

It's spring and Utah is in bloom!
Tags: botany
[image] Pearl Sandick is Finding the Light in Dark Matter

Pearl Sandick is Finding the Light in Dark Matter

Dark matter is still a mysterious concept, but we may be on the verge on some scientific breakthroughs.
[image] Research Quest Digs Into Horned Dinosaurs

Research Quest Digs Into Horned Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs like Triceratops offer a crash course in broad evolutionary principles.
[image] Restorative ocean farmer Bren Smith

Restorative ocean farmer Bren Smith

Innovator and aquaculture pioneer Bren Smith has a deeper view, envisioning solutions to many of our terrestrial concerns out in the oceans.
[image] Shading In the Fossil Record

Shading In the Fossil Record

There's far more to color in the fossil record than dinosaurs.
[image] Majora Carter on the Power of Imagination and Greening the Ghetto

Majora Carter on the Power of Imagination and Greening the Ghetto

"Imagination is more valuable than technical know-how," says urban revitalization specialist Majora Carter.
[image] The Women Scientists Who Inspire NHMU Researchers

The Women Scientists Who Inspire NHMU Researchers

Women throughout history have shaped science and our understanding of nature.
[image] Steven Pinker’s Rational World

Steven Pinker’s Rational World

Humanist thinker Dr. Steven Pinker launched our 2022 lecture series on March 22.
[image] Transgender Women Trailblazers Are Changing the Nature of Science

Transgender Women Trailblazers Are Changing the Nature of Science

The stories of transgender women in science are just beginning to be told.