David Hall

David Hall

11 Historically Important Works of Taxidermy | Mental Floss

American Museum of Natural History - Carl Akeley, one of America’s most famous taxidermists, sought to educate with ground-breaking life-like representations, displayed in panoramic dioramas that replicated the natural environment. His work—including the gorillas above and the watering hole at the top of this post—can still ...

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'Cosmos' Host Neil deGrasse Tyson Reflects on TV's New 'Spacetime Odyssey' - Yahoo News

American Museum of Natural History - Host Neil deGrasse Tyson filming on location at the Royal Society of London, England for the "When … NEW YORK — The new TV series "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey" has been remarkably successful so far, and host Neil deGrasse Tyson has a few ideas why. "There's a comfort level that ...

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News: DIVE VFX Staffs Up In New York; Tapped For VFX On New Event Series “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odysse...

American Museum of Natural History - A follow-up to the 1980s television series, “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage,” which was presented by Carl Sagan, the new series’ host is Neil deGrasse Tyson, with Executive Producers Ann Druyan, Seth MacFarlane, Mitchell Cannold, and Brannon Braga. DIVE is one of 12 visual effects studios ...

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Changing The Face Of Astronomy Research : NPR

American Museum of Natural History - Even though the country's most famous astronomer, Neil deGrasse Tyson, is African-American, only 2 percent of all U.S. students earning doctoral degrees in astronomy and physics over an entire decade were either black or Hispanic. "If we just throw a couple more students into grad ...

Placental mammal diversity exploded after age of dinosaurs

American Museum of Natural History - ... like MorphoBank allow scientists working with phenomic data to produce larger and more complex projects and to enrich these databases with images, references, and comments," said Andrea Cirranello, paper author and a postdoctoral research associate at Stony Brook University and the Museum...

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It's Called 'De-Extinction' — It's Like 'Jurassic Park,' Except It's Real : The Picture Show : NPR

Ross MacPhee, a curator of mammalogy at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, is quoted in the magazine article as saying: "What we really need to think about is why we would want to do this in the first place, to actually bring back a species. " Leave your comments here...

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Mapping genes of a horse from 700,000 years ago - Terra USA

American Museum of Natural History - Ross MacPhee, curator of mammals at the American Museum of Natural History, who wasn't part of the research, said the accomplishment suggests "there's no reason in substance why we couldn't go back further. " "I think it's cool," said another outside expert, Edward Rubin, who heads the ...

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Neil deGrasse Tyson blasts off on 'Gravity' | PopWatch | EW.com

American Museum of Natural History - By Andrew Asare on Oct 7, 2013 at 1:48PM Gravity soared out of this world and into box office record books this weekend — but astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was not impressed. On Sunday night, Tyson took to Twitter to point out the film’s factual errors. Although he noted that ...

Neil deGrasse Tyson Is Hosting a Debate on Private Spaceflight Tonight, Watch It Live at 7:30PM ET R...

American Museum of Natural History - Okay, But Why Isn't The Giver Trailer Filmed in Black and White? [Video] Neil deGrasse Tyson Is Hosting a Debate on Private Spaceflight Tonight, Watch It Live at 7:30PM ET Right Here He has to host it, because it wouldn't be fair to the other participants if he was in it. This year’s ...

After career at Museum of Natural History, Ridgefield Park man dedicates retirement to nature | NJ....

American Museum of Natural History - His job has taken him to a gorilla preserve in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and he's gotten advice on how the stars look in Antarctica from astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. He credits his upbringing in the Ridgefield Park, where he still lives in his childhood home, for ...

Stephen C. Quinn

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