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Blog: 2019

[image] How Humans are Making Novel Ecosystems

How Humans are Making Novel Ecosystems

Human activities are creating environmental interactions that have never happened before.
[image] Research Quest Inspires Students to Explore Utah's Wilderness

Research Quest Inspires Students to Explore Utah's Wilderness

A new Research Quest program focuses on dramatic changes in the Uinta Mountains.
[image] What Does "Nature" Mean?

What Does "Nature" Mean?

The idea of nature has had many different meanings throughout history.
[image] 2019 Indian Art Market: Sam Dimmick Takes Best in Show

2019 Indian Art Market: Sam Dimmick Takes Best in Show

Native Alaskan artist Sam Dimmick won Best in Show at this year's Indian Art Market.
[image] 2019 Indian Art Market Honors Etta Claw Peacock

2019 Indian Art Market Honors Etta Claw Peacock

Weaver Etta Claw Peacock won second prize in this year's Indian Art Market.
[image] 2019 Indian Art Market Honors Bruce Joe

2019 Indian Art Market Honors Bruce Joe

Navajo artist Bruce Joe won third prize at this year's Indian Art Market.
[image] Humans Evolved Among Unusual Beasts

Humans Evolved Among Unusual Beasts

A new study by NHMU archaeologist Tyler Faith reveals that African environments changed dramatically over the last 7 million years.
[image] Ten Utah Dinosaurs You've Probably Never Heard Of

Ten Utah Dinosaurs You've Probably Never Heard Of

The Beehive State is brimming with unique dinosaurs.
[image] Find Your Place in the Human Family Tree

Find Your Place in the Human Family Tree

Our species is one expression of a much broader human family that’s existed for over four million years.
[image] You Found a Fossil. Now What?

You Found a Fossil. Now What?

Utah is a fossil wonderland, but here's what you should know if you stumble upon something prehistoric.