Parkside professor takes lead in naming dinosaurJournal TimesLindsay Zanno, a professor at UW-Parkside and a research associate at the Field Museum in Chicago, led a team of paleontologists which named a new species of dinosaur.
George F. SternbergKWCHThere Sternberg made his first discovery—a nearly complete plesiosaur from the Cretaceous Era. He credits his father with his knowledge of paleontology, making even more impact than his schooling.
This January sees the release of Invasion of the Dinosaurs on DVD, a story which has the dubious fame of including the final casualty of the old BBC process of destroying prints, with episode one only existing as a black and ...
This climatic change caused lizards to adapt to live in drier conditions and led to the evolution of different varieties of dinosaurs, according to the Daily Mail, citing the journal Geology. Howard Falcon-Lang of Royal Holloway, ...
What do you get when you combine Stephen Sondheim and dinosaurs? No, not "Jurassic Park: The Musical." Those lucky enough to attend a gala benefit on Monday night at the American Museum of Natural History will find ...
It was date night for Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick as the happily married couple attended the Friends in Deed 20th Anniversary Gala in New York City on Monday (October 3). The pair were on hand to scamper ...
ReutersA look behind the making of "Terra Nova" dinosaursReutersBy Matt Hurwitz LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Everybody knows what dinosaurs look and sound like. After all, who hasn't seen the "Jurassic Park" movies.
David Attenborough's uneasy relationship with fameDaily Mail (blog)On the telly, Sir David Attenborough comes across as an avuncular, cosy figure; as cuddly as the Rwandan mountain gorillas with whom he frolicked on our screens all those years ago.
TouchPress , in association with National Geographic Channel, have released March Of The Dinosaurs , the must-have app of the week for iPad. Available for $7.99, the interactive storybook takes you to the Arctic 70 million years ago.
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