과학관뉴스 > 해외
필자의 다른기사 보기 인쇄하기 메일로 보내기 글자 크게 글자 작게
[스미소니언자연사박물관 2020년 6월 소식] The Museum Online
 
과학관과문화   기사입력  2020/07/08 [11:39]
 
The Museum Online -- Activities, Events, and Resources

Deep Time Downloadable Background
Image credit: Smithsonian

Deep Time Downloadable Backgrounds

To mark the one-year anniversary of the opening of the David H. Koch Hall of Fossils – Deep Time, you can download scenes from the exhibit to use as your desktop background, or in your next Zoom meeting!

 
News
Ocean Waves
Image credit: Sophie McCoy, NOAA

Get to Know the Scientist Reconstructing Past Ocean Temperatures

Curator Brian Huber uses fossils to discover clues about past environments and how organisms lived. As part of the Meet a SI-entist series, Huber tells us about his "climate detective" work reconstructing past ocean temperatures, and what makes him optimistic for the future.

 
Transporting the T. rex skeleton
Image credit: Smithsonian

A Deep Dive into Deep Time: What it Really Took to Build the Nation’s Fossil Hall and What it Means for the Smithsonian

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the opening of the David H. Koch Hall of Fossils – Deep Time, NMNH Sant Director, Kirk Johnson, shares untold stories – as only he knows how to tell them – of artists, collectors, and curators who contributed to the exhibition. From orphan collections to dwarf horses, Kirk lifts the veil on critical, albeit lesser-known roles that American collaborators placed in giving Deep Time its expansive reach.

 
Deep Time exhibit entrance
Image credit: Smithsonian

Virtual Tour of the David H. Koch Hall of Fossils – Deep Time

The museum may be closed, but you can visit the Deep Time exhibition virtually!

 
Summer Explorations
Image credit: Smithsonian

New! For Youth and Families: Natural History Summer Explorations

For the first time, the National Museum of Natural History is offering FREE summer “camps” that you can experience from home. Join us for a virtual summer program series that allows youth to explore the world of natural history science in a fun and interactive way. Natural History Summer Explorations are recommended for children in grades 3-7, but all are welcome to attend. Each week museum educators will explore a different theme in natural science with a suite of daily live webinars, activities, and projects featuring artists and Smithsonian science experts. July programs will focus on the ocean and paleontology. Register today!

July 13-17: Deep Sea Adaptations
July 27-31: Paleo Art – The Edge of Extinction
August programs will be announced later in July.

 
Watch and Learn
The Dr. Is In video still
Image credit: Smithsonian

The Dr. Is In – Season 2 | Episode 3

Smithsonian geologist Dr. Liz Cottrell talks about a volcano that spews relatively cold (only ~510 °C / 950 °F!!!) black lava; what would happen if Earth’s molten outer core solidified; and how to start a career in science. Post your questions about geology, everyday life challenges, or how to survive off the grid and Liz will try to answer them in upcoming episodes of The Dr. Is In!

 
Calendar of Online Events – Video Webinars
Video Webinars
Composite image by Jennifer Renteria, Smithsonian.

Here is the latest programming guide developed by our Office of Education, Outreach & Visitor Experience. Videos are recorded and will be posted on our website after they are broadcasted. For a calendar view of upcoming video webinars, and a link to previously scheduled video webinars, click here.

Career Dives: Live Conversations in Marine Science with Aquarium Manager Bill Hoffman
Thursday, June 25, 2020, 10:00 a.m. EDT

Wikipedia and Women in Science
Thursday, June 25, 2020, 12:00 noon EDT

The Expert Is In – Live with Jellyfish
Monday, June 29, 2020, 11:00 a.m. EDT

Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World Webinar Series – Vaccines in the Time of COVID

The Science of Vaccines
Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 12:30 p.m. EDT

Ensuring Vaccine Safety
Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 12:30 p.m. EDT

From Laboratory to a Shot in the Arm
Tuesday, July 7, 2020, 12:30 p.m. EDT

Vaccines and Society
Tuesday, July 14, 2020, 12:30 p.m. EDT

 
In Case You Missed It
Dr. Rebecca Johnson in the museum
Image credit: Kate D. Sherwood, Smithsonian

Rebecca Johnson Inducted into the Order of Australia

Dr. Rebecca Johnson, Associate Director for Science and Chief Scientist, National Museum of Natural History, has been named a Member of the Order of Australia, one of Australia's highest civilian honors. The Order of Australia recognizes Australians who have demonstrated outstanding service or exceptional achievement.

Rebecca was inducted into the Order of Australia for "significant service to wild life forensic science, and to young women scientists." Read more about her work in the Smithsonian Voices blog.

 
Thank You For Your Support
Thank you for your support
Image credit: Smithsonian

During this time when educational resources are more important than ever, we are committed to expanding our digital content and programming. But we need your help to keep curious minds engaged and educated about the wonders of the natural world. Please consider making a gift today.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Facebook
Instagram
Twitter
 
© 2020 Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History
10th St. and Constitution Ave., NW | Washington, DC 20013
Privacy Policy | Unsubscribe

트위터 트위터 페이스북 페이스북 카카오톡 카카오톡
기사입력: 2020/07/08 [11:39]   ⓒ 과학관과 문화
 
이 기사에 대한 독자의견 의견쓰기 전체의견보기
기사 내용과 관련이 없는 글, 욕설을 사용하는 등 타인의 명예를 훼손하는 글은 관리자에 의해 예고없이 임의 삭제될 수 있으므로 주의하시기 바랍니다.
닉네임 패스워드 도배방지 숫자 입력
제 목
내 용
자연사박물관,스미소니언,과학관과문화,공룡 관련기사목록