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Wildlife Photographer of the YearDouglas Coupland: everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything More Exhibitions
Schad Gallery of BiodiversitySigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada More Galleries
March Break at the ROM
March 14 - 22 Summer Club 2015
June 29 to September 4
ROM Speaks: Beyond Our Contemporary World
March 27The Dino Hunters
March 3, 7 PM
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This week we will highlight some of the people who ensure the ROM is accessible for all.
Special display in the Ancient Egypt gallery, Summer 2013
ROM Biodiversity researchers studying insects, fungi, and mammals have been discovering new species in the heart of Borneo, in Gunung Mulu National Park, throughout the month of May....
Jess Duerden, Institute for Canadian Citizenship
Submitted by Courtney Murfin, Interpretive Planner and Explorers' Club Co-chair
On Friday, April 26th, the Royal Ontario Museum officially opened our newly renovated Gallery of Korea at a special reception.
A new species of bone-headed dinosaur, Acrotholus audeti, has just been announced by a team co-led by ROM paleontologist Dr. David Evans. The groundbreaking fossils are on display at the ROM until June.
Find out what Heidi Sobol, Senior Conservator of Paintings is up to in the Schad Gallery!
The ROM Biodiversity "Borneo" team has landed in Sarawak, and have been spending the last several days organizing equipement, permits and buying machetes....
In China the colourful and beautiful sounds of the Eurasian Magpies (Figure 1) historically have been described in many poems and throughout literature...