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Another successful Curator's Corner has come and gone!
During the intense light of a summer afternoon a group of determined photographers particapated in the Neighbourhood Nature Watch, hosted by the ROM.
You may have noticed that there is some work going on on the ROOF of the Queens Park addition....
Stay tuned - my next blog will show you exactly what components go into the ROM's new roof.
Former ROM grad student Kim Humphreys (lead author) and I recently published an article in the scientific journal Biology Letters describing yet another fascinating behavior of the caterpillar Calindoea trifascialis.
On Friday August 16th, we held our first Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.
Migrations are a visually stunning, remarkable part of nature, from flying flocks of birds to stampeding bison.
Hallucigenia sparsa n’est pas un animal ordinaire. Rien de plus bizarre que cette espèce emblématique des schistes de Burgess
August 9-11, the ROM Ancient Cultures team hosted the museum's very first Game Jam.
Neal and Bonnie Finn from Edmonton, Alberta, visited the ROM to see a fossil specimen named after Neal's granfather in 1925.