Museum of Paleontology
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The big new building on Central Campus with the huge windows and gold dome attached: That’s the Biological Sciences Building, which opened officially on April 11.
Bian Wang, PhD student in UMMP studies the effect of landscape history on mammal diversity over broad geographic regions and timescales. Her current research focuses on the paleoecology of extinct ungulates (hoofed mammals) in North America.
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Museum on the Move: Excavating the Edmontosaurus
The Museum of Paleontology is on the move. Follow a giant Edmontosaurus dinosaur skeleton from its dig site in Montana, to an exhibit in the Museum of Natural History, and most recently to a research facility where scientists once again will get to take a close look at the bones. For a dead specimen, the Edmontosaurus has managed to stay active over the years.
Please Note: The Museum of Paleontology is a research facility. It is not usually open to the public. Please refer to the Museum of Natural History website if you wish to visit.