anthropology

Anthropology

Distinguished Lecture: Nutrition and Wild Orangutans: Insights Into Human Health
February 27, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

Hear Dr. Erin Vogel at the HMNS (Rebloged from the Leakey Foundation)   Who doesn’t love orangutans? These highly intelligent, critically endangered great apes that live in the tropical forests of Sumatra and Borneo have faces with such character, such personality, they always make for great, powerful pictures. We are always excited when The Leakey […]

The Mysterious Mummies of Chile
September 22, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

In preparation for the opening of “Mummies of the World” at the end of this month (Member preview: Friday, 9/23, public opening at Noon on Saturday, 9/24) we will be posting a series of blogs exploring the science of mummification. Today, the subject will be Chinchorro mummies. Photo courtesy of wikimedia commons: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chinchorro_mummy,_south_coast_of_Peru_or_north_coast_of_Chile,_5000-2000_BC_-_San_Diego_Museum_of_Man_-_DSC06921.JPG Most people […]

Educator How-to: Learn to Draw a Celtic Triquetra
June 20, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

At the Houston Museum of Natural Science, we know that people are as much a part of natural science as rocks and dinosaurs. That’s why we love social studies and maintain exhibits like the John P. McGovern Hall of the Americas and the Hall of Ancient Egypt. We find the development of societies fascinating! The […]

No Bones About It: Forensic Workshop Provides Evidence for an Awesome New CSI Summer Camp
May 23, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

At the Houston Museum of Natural Science, we understand the value of education, as it is an integral part of our overall mission. The value placed on education extends to museum employees as well. Whether through offering CPR training to employees or encouraging participation in continuing education in disciplines in which they are already trained, […]



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