The Research Quest program is designed to improve students’ critical thinking skills using real-world science investigations with researchers.
During a summer that’s already marked by record-breaking heat, the quest to find these fossils is more important than ever.
Join the “Modern Family” actor for a five-part webcast examining the Natural History Museum of Utah’s collections.
Research Quest Live provides a free classroom experience with professional educators in real time from the comfort of your home.
Courses explore the good, the bad and the ugly of science portrayed in movies.
The winter edition includes: Genes and addiction, 30 years of student service, why humanities matter, top five dinosaur myths and more.
A 76-million-year-old extinct species of a pig-snouted turtle unearthed in Utah is one of the most complete skeletons of a turtle from the age of dinosaurs.
Natural History Museum of Utah digitizes its paleontology collection for students to study in classrooms.
A remarkably detailed picture of the climate and ecology during the Triassic Period explains why dinosaurs failed to establish dominance near the equator for 30 million years.