How do you keep a dinosaur? The Buffalo Museum of Science

BUFFALO, NY — On July 28, a Gorgosaurus fossil, a relative of the T-Rex, hits the auction block in New York City. It’s going for $5 – $8 million. This sale got us wondering how in the world do you keep a dinosaur, or any other historic specimen for that matter? We took that question … Read more

Solution in the works for Last Chance Grade | News

A “unified front” of elected public officials, finance administrators, project engineers, scientists and public land managers provided project updates for Del Norte County’s notorious Last Change Grade along Highway 101 between Crescent City and Klamath. Sponsored and organized by State Senator Mike McGuire, this annual progress report was presented in a livestream Town Hall format … Read more

University of Florida surpasses $1 billion in research spending for first time in 2022 – News

University of Florida faculty surpassed $1 billion in research spending for the first time in 2022, developing treatments for diseases, new agricultural products, engineering solutions and countless other advancements. With $1.076 billion in research expenditures, UF joins an exclusive group of about 15 public universities around the country to surpass $1 billion, including the University … Read more

Discovery of ‘young’ deep groundwater tells surprising tale: USask researcher – News

Groundwater at depths of several hundred meters or more can be hundreds of millions of years old and are often thought of stagnant and isolated from the atmosphere and the water cycle—a reason these subsurface areas are targeted as potential sites for subsurface waste disposal, said Ferguson . “But things are more dynamic down there … Read more

Publish Blog Posts to Your Telegram Channel Automatically With JetpackWP Bot – News

Publish Blog Posts to Your Telegram Channel Automatically With JetpackWP Bot With the JetpackWP Bot for Telegram, you can now automatically share blog posts from any Jetpack-powered WordPress site (including any site hosted at directly to a Telegram channel. Here’s how it works. With the JetpackWP Bot for Telegram, you can now automatically share … Read more

VCU Rice Rivers Center provides environmental expertise to Pamunkey, Chickahominy Tribes to help protect their lands – VCU News

By Brian McNeill Now, the Rice Rivers Center is engaging with the federally recognized Chickahominy and Pamunkey Tribes at a new level, conducting two major projects in which it is dedicating the center’s resources and expertise in support of the Tribes’ work to protect and preserve their ancestral lands. “In both cases, they have these … Read more

As temperatures rise, tropical glaciers feel same impact as poles – News

Glaciers in tropical mountain ranges are experiencing a similar impact from the drivers of climate change as those in the polar regions of Antarctica and the Northern Hemisphere, according to a study published today in Nature. The paper by a team of international scientists, including Robert Hatfield, an assistant professor in the University of Florida … Read more

Environmental Studies Students Enjoy Their Time In The Field · News · Keene State College

Tate Fairbank ’24 would jump at a chance to go to the moon to research its geology and formation. But for now, environmental field research in other interesting places, like Alaska or Antarctica, or a fossil dig somewhere in the middle of nowhere will do. A recently completed internship could be a seminal step on … Read more

July: Bristol embarks on new partnerships with top universities in Vietnam | News and features

Prof Agnes Nairn, Bristol’s Pro Vice-Chancellor for Global Engagement, and Prof Raymond Gordon, Vice-Chancellor and President of British University Vietnam, with the signed Memorandum of Understanding. Prof Trần Thanh Hải, President of Hanoi University of Mining & Geology, and Prof Agnes Nairn, Bristol’s Pro Vice-Chancellor for Global Engagement, with the signed Memorandum of Understanding. … Read more

115 Meteorites Land at the Field Museum, Offering a Peek at the History of the Solar System | Chicago News

A sampling of the fossilized meteorites, preserved in limestone that was quarried in Sweden. (Patty Wetley/WTTW News) Monday was like Christmas in July at the Field Museum, where staff opened crates recently arrived from Sweden, full of cargo that the word “precious” doesn’t begin to describe. As they freed each package from protective layers of … Read more