Poison’s role in nature, legend, and human health is complex—from defense to lethal-weapon-turned-lifesaving treatment.
Tag: Science & Nature
August 21 marks a rare opportunity to witness one of nature’s most dazzling spectacles: the first total eclipse of the sun to sweep the country in nearly a century.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History researchers are on the front lines of climate science, tracking the complex changes unfolding right here in western Pennsylvania.
Carnegie Science Center partners with local workplaces to inspire young women to expand their vision of their life’s work.
Behind the scenes with the cultural caretakers of Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s one-of-a-kind collections.
A Carnegie Museum of Natural History anatomist is leading a major new study aimed at telling a new, more informed story of long-lost mammals and humans’ evolutionary past.
An immersive theater production featuring actors, scientists, and the expanse of Carnegie Museums’ historic Oakland building, Bricolage’s DODO set a whole new standard.
How Childs Frick, son of Pittsburgh industrialist Henry Clay Frick, provided the foundation for Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s world-class collection of African mammals.
For the first time in Earth’s history, humankind is the single greatest force shaping the planet’s future. Welcome to the Anthropocene.