A new exhibition at the Air and Space Museum captures the eerie beauty of the Red Planet. Continue reading “Spirit and Opportunity: 10 Years Roving Across Mars”
A six million year-old fossil found in the Zanda Basin of Tibet may help modern-day conservationists in their efforts to save some of the world’s most beautiful–and endangered–species. Continue reading Lions and tigers, but not bears, oh my! Scientists discover a missing link in the evolution of big cats
The January All-Staff Meeting is January 9 at 10:00 a.m. in the Rasmusen Theater at the American Indian Museum in D.C. Be there or be square! Continue reading January All-Staff Meeting
Under Secretary for History, Art, and Culture Richard Kurin considers which iconic objects should mark the year just past. Continue reading If you could put 10 things from 2013 in the Smithsonian, what would they be?