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Natural History Museum of Utah
Fossils of a new dinosaur—Akainacephalus johnsoni—have been unearthed in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Natural History Museum of Utah exhibit staff came up with a perfect plan to help halophiles thrive in an exhibit with super-salty water.
From slug slime to whale flippers to electrical shocks, organisms have “engineered” impressive tactics to make a living on planet Earth. The museum’s special exhibit explains how some species glide through the air, endure extreme temperatures or crush 8,000 pounds in a single bite.
The 2018 Linda K. Amos award was presented to Carolyn (Carrie) Levitt-Bussian collections manager of paleontology at the Natural History Museum of Utah.
NHMU anthropological and paleontological collections include objects from areas in Utah protected by the American Antiquities Act, which authorized the U.S. president to designate land owned or controlled by the government as national monuments.
Many families from the state’s eight Sovereign Nations gathered to honor the culture, heritage and history of indigenous people.
Newly discovered, nearly complete Tyrannosaur skeleton found in Grand Staircase Escalante.
Happy National Fossil Day! Natural History Museum of Utah volunteers Ann and Randy Johnson contribute to the discovery and research of the natural world and its past.
The distinguished professor of geology and geophysics, and Dean Emeritus of the College of Mines and Earth Sciences, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, at age 73.