July 20th, 2012
Bernard "Risky" Agwanda works with Julian Kerbis Peterhans and Terry Demos to untangle the stories of mammalian evolution in eastern Africa.
July 13th, 2012
Steve Leavitt studies one of the world's most common but overlooked symbiotic systems, lichens. Using DNA analysis he explores the hidden world of lichen evolution.
July 08th, 2012
White light three dimensional scanner in the Division of Fishes at The Field Museum scanning a fossil fish.
July 06th, 2012
A glimpse of what makes The Field Museum's Botany Department so unique.
July 06th, 2012
What's there to love about lice? Dr. Jason Weckstein has become fascinated by the diversity of these little parasites, and what that diversity means for understanding coevolution.
June 12th, 2012
Welcome to the What the Fish? biweekly podcast series. Tune in every other week to listen to us discuss topics surronding the wonderful biodiversity and evolutionary history of fishes.
April 06th, 2012
Have you wondered what drives a scientist to become a world expert in certain organisms? Join Dr. Rüdiger Bieler as he shares his life as a Malacologist.
December 09th, 2011
Visit the Mammal collections and see why a bushy-tailed cloud rat specimen, collected in the Philippines in the 1940's, is still useful to researchers. Enjoy!
December 08th, 2011
National Science Foundation Research Grants and Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Supplements have helped fund research training for eight undergraduate students to study the biology and evolution of birds and their parasites.
November 30th, 2011
For this episode we are showcasing work from teen filmmakers working in the DNA Research Summer Residency at the Museum.