Richard Sheryll

Richard Sheryll

Natural hybridization produced dolphin species

American Museum of Natural History - The authors include: Ana R. Amaral of the University of Lisbon, Portugal, and the American Museum of Natural History; Gretchen Lovewell of the Mote Marine Laboratory; Maria Manuela Coelho of the University of Lisbon; George Amato of the American Museum of Natural History; and Howard ...

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Why Cosmos Can’t Save Public Support for Science - Audra Wolfe - The Atlantic

American Museum of Natural History - Clara Moskowitz, an editor for Scientific American, hopes that Tyson’s series can reeducate the quarter of Americans who think the sun revolves around the Earth. In a taped lead-in to the show, President Obama suggested that the show could play a role in the future of American ...

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Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson and the Role of Mentors in Science - The Takeaway

American Museum of Natural History - Alex Teachey discovered the original series after he graduated from college with a degree in theater. The series so inspired him that Teachey decided to return to school to become a high school physics teacher. He's now a student at Hunter College and an intern at the American ...

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BNT partners help make research exciting

American Museum of Natural History - Pictured (left to right) are Hon. Kenred Dorsett, Minister of the Environment and Housing and Dr. Daniel Brumbaugh, Senior Conservation Scientist, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, American Museum of Natural History. (Photo courtesy of BIS) Photo 2: BNT and Partners Present ...

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Win free tickets to the io9 planetarium show at AMNH on 12/11!

American Museum of Natural History - We'll begin by talking to AMNH astrophysicist Mordecai-Mark Mac Low, a curator on the show, and the legendary Carter Emmart, who created the visualizations for the show (as well as the other amazing visuals at the planetarium). They'll be in conversation with me, your host Annalee ...

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Scientists Hold First Astronomy 'Hack Day' | Space.com

Muna worked during the hack day with Kelle Cruz from the American Museum of Natural History department of astrophysics and others to create a "SQLite" database to store brown dwarf star data that they could distribute to members' email accounts. "Astronomers are dealing with an ...

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Speakaboos: TOC Startup Showcase Finalist - Tools of Change for Publishing

American Museum of Natural History - Noelle Millholt, COO & Co-Founder was an entrepreneur in residence at [212]MEDIA and worked in children’s programming at the American Museum of Natural History. Our Chief Content Officer, Dr. Alice Wilder, produced several of the top children’s television shows in the U.S. (Blues Clues ...

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The Objects in Space That We Really, Really Can't Explain

But, as American Museum of Natural History astronomer Mordecai-Mark Mac Low told io9, that "has now been pretty conclusively disproven by showing that they have orbital planes almost randomly oriented with respect to the rotational axes of their parent stars. " In fact, many Hot Jupiters ...

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