Monthly Archives: November 2011

What’s Wrong with This Story?

Museum palaeontologist Steve Cumbaa is thrilled by the discovery of a long-necked plesiosaur. He would prefer, however, that this marvellous creature not be confused with a dinosaur! Continue reading

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3D: Painting a Dinosaur at the Meet the Experts Weekend

Diving into the 3D universe, children use their imagination to colour dinosaurs, recounts Paul Bloskie. Continue reading

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Anywhere Is Walking Distance If You’ve Got the Time…

There’s a lot of walking involved in Arctic plant research, says Paul Sokoloff. But all those steps can lead to beautiful discoveries! Continue reading

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A Fishing Story, Museum Style

We’ve all heard a thousand fish stories. But that of Noel Alfonso and Marc Beck is special, because they’re fishing for live specimens for our RBC Blue Water Gallery. Continue reading

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