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#BecauseOfHerStory, How to #Unscience a T. rex, and other March highlights @NMNH
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Smithsonian American Women's History Month - Sylvia Earle

Celebrate Women's History Month

Explore the stories of women—like marine biologist Sylvia Earle—who have changed our country and the world. #BecauseOfHerStory


Leading Ladies of Smithsonian Science

Past and present female scientists at the National Museum of Natural History have advanced our understanding of the natural world and our place in it.

Live Video Webcast: Archaeology & Archives

On March 14, tune in to the Smithsonian Science How live webcast, "Unlocking Hidden Worlds through Archaeology & Archives" with Molly Kamph. Learn how field discoveries and archival materials reveal untold stories about Neaderthals. Recommended for students in grades 3 - 8.

Roxie Laybourne: Pioneer in Ornithology

Carla Dove, director of our Feather Identification Lab, shares the story of Roxie Laybourne, whose pioneering work in forensic ornithology greatly improved the safety of flight.

A Very Unscientific Look at T. rex

Curator of Dinosauria Matthew Carrano joined in on the social media trend, #UnscienceAnAnimal, and looked at T. rex from a different perspective.

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Top Banner Image: Marine biologist Sylvia Earle diving at Cabo Pulmo, Mexico. Image Credit: © Kip Evans   
Ladies of Smithsonian Science Image: Illustration by Eric Liu
Events Image: Image Credit: Smithsonian Institution
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Image Credit: Chip Clark, Smithsonian Institution   
It's About Time Image:
 Courtesy of Matt Carrano  
Tell Us What You Want to Hear About Image: Image Credit: Paul Fetters for the Smithsonian Institution
You Power the Natural History Museum Image: Image Credit: Smithsonian Institution

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