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Read the inside scoop as our museum scientists and experts blog about the behind-the-scenes stories of the Fossil Hall renovations, the Last American Dinosaurs exhibit, and of their paleobiology research.


Total blogs: 52
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GWU graduate student, Alli Hartley, stands with the panels being tested at the entrance to The Last American Dinosaur exhibit. The calm before the storm! (© Katy Lemley) ( 07-20-2015 )
Visitor Feedback Helps Design of the New Deep Time Fossil Hall
James W. Gidley, right, with Oliver P. Hay, left, and Charles W. Gilmore. Click to zoom. ( 07-20-2015 )
Visitor Feedback Helps Design of the New Deep Time Fossil Hall
James W. Gidley, right, with Oliver P. Hay, left, and Charles W. Gilmore. Click to zoom. ( 07-17-2015 )
James W. Gidley's Enduring Contributions to NMNH Science and Exhibits
What's the largest thing you ever made out of papier mache? A mask? A bowl? How about a life-size Stegosaurus? Photo by Abby Telfer. ( 07-06-2015 )
How to Make a Stegosaurus
Antoine collecting a rock sample in North Dakota that contains fossil pollen. (© Antoine Bercovici) ( 06-29-2015 )
Solving a Fossil Pollen Mystery
The plaque mount of Corythosaurus before it was removed from the wall ( 06-15-2015 )
Smithsonian Fossil Hall Renovation: Taking the Last Things Apart


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