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Blog Archive: Research

[image] Sofa Science — Surviving Disaster

Sofa Science — Surviving Disaster

Emily Post is a cultural anthropologist. Join her as she discusses responding to disasters in this episode of Sofa Science from NHMU.
[image] Sofa Science — Bioelectric Chemistry

Sofa Science — Bioelectric Chemistry

Victoria Russell is a bioelectric chemist. Explore her research in this episode of Sofa Science from the Natural History Museum of Utah.
[image] Sofa Science — How Bacteria Infect Us

Sofa Science — How Bacteria Infect Us

Join microbiologist Brittany Fleming in this episode of Sofa Science to discover the sneaky tricks bacteria use to infect us.
[image] Thoughts on naming a new dinosaur

Thoughts on naming a new dinosaur

NHMU is thrilled to announce a new species of Allosaurus.
[image] Two-Legged Crocodile Ancestors Once Roamed Utah

Two-Legged Crocodile Ancestors Once Roamed Utah

Study released this week on 2003 specimen of Poposaurus, found in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah.
[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] 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] New Study Reveals Secrets of Crocodiles’ Smile

New Study Reveals Secrets of Crocodiles’ Smile

Research carried out at the Museum reveals some surprises about what prehistoric crocodile relatives ate.
[image] New Archaeology Guidelines Set to Save Old Collections

New Archaeology Guidelines Set to Save Old Collections

A handy new guide will help expert archaeologists better preserve collections that have gone neglected until now.
[image] New Species Discovered in Philippines

New Species Discovered in Philippines

A team of scientists headed by Dr. Eric A. Rickart of the Natural History Museum of Utah has identified two new animal species, shrew-rats found only at particular zones in mountains on the island of Luzon, Philippines.