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Science Museum Curator Emily Graslie

Emily Graslie

Inspiration can come from the strangest moments if you are willing to embrace them. For Emily Graslie, the first-ever Chief Curiosity Correspondent for The Field Museum in Chicago, that inspiration came in the form of severed wolf heads on lunch trays and a dead mouse in a plastic bag. Before […]

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Inspiration can come from the strangest moments if you are willing to embrace them. For Emily Graslie, the first-ever Chief Curiosity Correspondent for The Field Museum in Chicago, that inspiration came in the form of severed wolf heads on lunch trays and a dead mouse in a plastic bag. Before

The Art of Conservation: Bria Shay Neff

Bria has always loved animals and art. So, she was shocked to learn there are over 6,000 endangered species. And she was curious about what exactly “endangered” meant and more importantly why were these animals dying. She was determined to find out the answers and above all else save the

The Art of Conservation: Bria Shay Neff Read More »

Bria has always loved animals and art. So, she was shocked to learn there are over 6,000 endangered species. And she was curious about what exactly “endangered” meant and more importantly why were these animals dying. She was determined to find out the answers and above all else save the

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