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‘Tis the season: Use your scientific smarts to wow ’em during the holidays
November 26, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

As holiday and end-of-the-year parties are getting closer, it may be time to think of new topics to bring up when there’s a lull in conversation with coworkers, family, friends and new acquaintances. And what better way than bringing up some interesting science facts? Here are some of the most interesting facts that I have […]

Your Dino Mummy Questions, Answered
October 13, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

Ed. Note: Leonardo has only been on display in Dinosaur Mummy CSI: Cretaceous Science Investigation for a few weeks – but we’ve already gotten a ton of fascinating questions from visitors. In this post, Dr. Bakker  answers them. If you have a question about Leonardo – or anything on exhibit at the Houston Museum of Natural […]

Plains Indian Culture: The Rest of the Story
July 24, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: timsamoff The image of horse-riding warriors wearing flowing feather bonnets two hundred years ago is an enduring one. However, it is not necessarily a complete, or even a correct picture. Here is “the rest of the story.” Consider the history of the horse. This animal evolved in North America, as early as 55 […]



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