Monthly Archives: March 2015

Can the Arctic Steal the Show on International Colour Day?

Far from being limited to a white and grey, the Arctic explodes with colour! The region steals the show on the International Colour Day—March 21 in 30 countries. Continue reading

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Jawing about Dinosaurs: What the Herbivore’s Jaws Are Telling Us

What can we learn by studying the jaws of herbivorous dinosaurs that disappeared 75 million years ago? Palaeontologist Jordan Mallon tells us about his findings in a recent project. Continue reading

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Basalt: A Source of Beauty and Wonder

Come along with us to Cambodia as two museum mineralogists hunt for basalt for their research. Continue reading

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