Interested in learning about scientific discoveries directly from scientists? Carnegie Museum of Natural History scientific research staff and invited speakers discuss their latest findings on a wide variety of scientific topics at the free R.W. Moriarty Science Seminar Series. Seminars are free and no registration is required. Each seminar begins at noon in Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Earth Theater and lasts about an hour. Visitors attending solely for the seminar are asked to check in at the front desk.
R.W. Moriarty Science Seminar
Moriarty Science Seminar: Mystery of the Missing Diminutive Dinosaurs
R.W. Moriarty Science Seminar Presents: “Mystery of the Missing Diminutive Dinosaurs” Speaker: Jack Horner This talk revisits “the nesting behavior of dinosaurs” as published in a 1984 Scientific American article. From there I discuss the dinosaur nesting sites that have been found worldwide, and investigate the reasons why baby and small juvenile dinosaurs remains are
Moriarty Science Seminar: The Crocodile King and Two-Dimensional Taxidermy
R.W. Moriarty Science Seminar Presents Two Talks Speaker: Lisa Saladino Haney with “The Crocodile King: Royal Self-Representation during the Reign of Amenemhet III” Speaker: Jessica Landau with “Two-Dimensional Taxidermy: Animal as Medium in the Art of Carl Rungius” Registration information to come.
Moriarty Science Seminar: What is ecosystem ecology in an era of global environmental issues with deep cultural contexts?
R.W. Moriarty Science Seminar Presents: “What is ecosystem ecology in an era of global environmental issues with deep cultural contexts?” Speaker: Bonnie McGill Registration for this talk will be available shortly.