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The Scientist
Another Dinosaur with Short Arms DiscoveredT. rex’s earliest ancestors had arms that were actually long, study coauthor Pe
Another Dinosaur with Short Arms Discovered
The Scientist / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex’s earliest ancestors had arms that were actually long, study coauthor Peter Makovicky, a paleontologist at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, told The New York Times. But for some reason, T. rex evolved to have stubby arms.... Read more
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The Telegraph
Race against timeability to render human anatomy. In 1930, she was awarded one of the largest c
Race against time
The Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
ability to render human anatomy. In 1930, she was awarded one of the largest commissions an artist has ever received. The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago embarked on a very ambitious project to create an exhibit titled "Hall of the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Ostrich relative lived in North America 50 million years agoAmong Us" at the New York-based history museum. The fossils Other specimens use
Ostrich relative lived in North America 50 million years ago
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
Among Us" at the New York-based history museum. The fossils Other specimens used in the study are kept by Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History and the Wyoming Geological Survey. The new species is named Calciavis grandei - with "calci"... Read more
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The Woodstock Independent
Robert Brunner, 89, Woodstockgranddaughters, Stephanie Cain and Jennifer (Jason) Heeres; and three great-gra
Robert Brunner, 89, Woodstock
The Woodstock Independent / Posted 28 days ago
granddaughters, Stephanie Cain and Jennifer (Jason) Heeres; and three great-grandsons, Benjamin, Nicholas and Zachary Heeres. He was preceded in death by his wife. Donations in his memory can be made to the Field Museum of Natural History, Chic... Read more
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Salon.com
How Chicago lost the George Lucas museum: A cautionary talemore than just a natural setting. It is already home to some of Chicago’s world
How Chicago lost the George Lucas museum: A cautionary tale
Salon.com / Posted 29 days ago
more than just a natural setting. It is already home to some of Chicago’s world-class museums. The Shedd Aquarium, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the Adler Planetarium are all located on the museum campus. These institutions draw... Read more
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