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[image] Trailblazing Women in Science: Nalini Nadkarni

Trailblazing Women in Science: Nalini Nadkarni

Nadkarni is known as "queen of the forest canopy."
[image] Citizen Science and Digital Transcription in the time of COVID

Citizen Science and Digital Transcription in the time of COVID

Volunteers are helping to transcribe scientific information, including hand-written field notes, paper catalogues, specimen labels, and more.
[image] Trailblazing Women in Science: Ayah Bdeir

Trailblazing Women in Science: Ayah Bdeir

Ayah Bdeir's career thrives at the intersection of art and technology.
[image] Trailblazing Women in Science: Ayana Elizabeth Johnson

Trailblazing Women in Science: Ayana Elizabeth Johnson

Saving our seas is key to healing the planet.
[image] Polar Dinofest: Jaelyn Eberle

Polar Dinofest: Jaelyn Eberle

Once upon a time, alligators lived in the Arctic.
[image] A Butterfly Case from early 20th Century Utah

A Butterfly Case from early 20th Century Utah

Rachel Quist takes a closer look at a beloved object on the Museum's fourth floor.
[image] Polar Dinofest: Pat Druckenmiller

Polar Dinofest: Pat Druckenmiller

Discoveries along Alaska's Colville River have revealed a wealth of information about Alaska's polar dinosaurs.
[image] Polar DinoFest: Karen Chin

Polar DinoFest: Karen Chin

The ancient seas of the high Arctic were brimming with strange forms of life during the Cretaceous.
[image] Polar DinoFest: Aubrey Roberts

Polar DinoFest: Aubrey Roberts

Immense marine reptiles once thrived in Arctic waters.
[image] Polar DinoFest: Holly Woodward

Polar DinoFest: Holly Woodward

Secrets inside dinosaur bones help paleontologists understand how the terrible lizards coped with long polar nights.