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The Bear Necessities
October 5, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

If you would be wealthy, think of saving as well as getting. Benjamin Franklin When I was younger, my parents would read to me before I went to bed.  I would hear tales of adventure and science from Tom Swift, Jr. and tales of mystery from the Hardy Boys, and the fantastical from The Hobbit.  […]

Oil Spills and their Impact on the Environment
August 22, 2011 · 1 Comment

Today’s Guest Blogger is Wes Tunnel, Ph.D. , marine biologist who has studied oil spills and their impact on the environment. For over 40 years he has helped develop the National Spill Control School. Dr. Tunnell, is Associate Curator of Malacology at the Houston Museum of Natural Science and Associate Director of the Harte Research Institute for […]

Flickr Photo of the Month: Trappings of Yingpan Man [Dec. 2010]
December 20, 2010 · 2 Comments

Trappings of Yingpan Man. 3rd – 4th century by cybertoad, on Flickr. Posted here with permission. There are some amazing photographers that wander the halls of HMNS, and when we’re lucky, they share what they capture in our HMNS Flickr pool. This month, we’re re-starting a series where we’ll share one of these photos on […]



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