Posts Tagged ‘dinosaurs’

Fossil Treasures

Thursday, March 20th, 2014
dinosaurs, feathered, plos, fossils, poop, bighorn, sheep, insects, mimics, stick

Fossilized tales of feathered dinosaurs, stick insects and poop

A Colorful Past

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014
dinosaurs, birds, mammals, color, melanin, melanosomes, maniraptoran, feathers, flight

When did color explode on the scene?

Ancient Colors and Worm Glue

Friday, January 17th, 2014
reptiles, marine, colors, ancient, dinosaurs, melanasomes, kelp, fukushima, radiation, nuclear, worms, sandcastle, glue, adhesive, mussels, heart,

Some recent headlines we didn’t want you to miss!

How to Print a Dinosaur

Monday, November 25th, 2013
dinosaurs, ct scans, 3D, printing, world war II, fossils

Can 3D printing technology help examine dinosaur fossils?

Lou Reed, Giants and Farmers

Friday, November 1st, 2013
spiders, lou reed, fungi, fungus, bacteria, dinosaurs, giants, gigantism, sauropods

This week’s science news round-up includes musical spiders, gigantic dinosaurs and farming fungi.

High School Dino Hunter

Thursday, October 24th, 2013
dinosaurs, hadrosaur, Parasaurolophus, high school, alf museum, paleontology, Grand Staircase-Escalante, utah, fossil

Did you hear the one about the high school student who discovered a dinosaur fossil?

Not So Bird-Brained

Thursday, August 1st, 2013
birds, archaeopteryx, dinosaurs, reptiles, brains, CT scan, evolution, tyrannosaurs, crows

Archaeopteryx’s brain may be further evidence of its not-so-special place between dinosaurs and birds.

What’s in a Nose…?

Thursday, July 18th, 2013
dinosaurs, nasutoceratops, triceratops, utah, herbivore, nose, laramidia

Er, I mean, what’s in a name? For the newly described dinosaur, Nasutoceratops, a great, big, honking lot!

Hunter or Scavenger?

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
tyrannosaurus, rex, kansas, hell creek, hadrosaur, triceratops, dinosaurs, fossil, tooth, CT scan, paleontology, hunter, scavenger

Why does T. rex have to choose?

After the Extinction Event

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013
dinosaurs, four-legged animals, Asilisaurus, exinction, permian, Pangaea

Which species survive and thrive after a major extinction event?

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