ROM Magazine features an engaging, in-depth look into the Museum’s exhibitions, research, and collections. Highlighting world-leading scholarship, new initiatives, and recent acquisitions, the magazine brings to life some of the Museum’s most exciting and fascinating stories.
Sediment core from Crawford Lake shows evidence of how humans have substantially altered the Earth over a short period of time. Could it define the beginning of a new epoch in our world's history?
Wildlife Photographer of the Year winner Nick Kanakis talks about that winning shot that got him the prize in 2022, his love for snakes, and his advice for young photographers.
From deciphering genomes to studying the rate at which different species evolve, our ornithology collections are essential to informing new scientific research
How ongoing research is pushing the boundaries of Mummy Studies and teaching us about the lives of these ambassadors from the past
The newest exhibition at the ROM provides unique insights into the lives, mummification, and deaths of ancient Egyptians
A look at the extraordinary creativity and ingenuity across the region
A refreshed interpretation for the ROM’s Tree Cookie
A historic moment for NASA as spacecraft approaches descent on asteroid for sample collection
The ROM’s Plaza Gardens bring a buzzing green space to Bloor Street
Challenging old belief systems and offering fresh perspectives on colonial histories
How eighteenth-century global trade fostered a new-found fascination in plants and flowers from around the world, ushering in a golden age of botany that influenced the decorative arts
New research reveals how differing techniques of weighing a dinosaur yield strikingly similar results
An ancient, fossilized marine worm crawls into the light
New research shows evidence of advanced disease in dinosaur bone
Terracotta statuette offers a glimpse into the history of men’s fashion
Tales of art conservation from Senior Paintings Conservator Heidi Sobol
A look at one of our secret collection rooms
Sebastian Kvist on how new study offers insights into the powerful anticoagulants present in leech saliva
Every spring birds travel north to their breeding areas
Learn more about what it’s like to be a wildlife photographer