Happy Labor Day from The University of Alabama Museums!
In the fall, the return of football is highly anticipated. For most Alabama residents, late November showcases the game that they have waited for: the Iron Bowl.
University of Alabama undergraduate student, Maddy Dissinger, is majoring in Biology and she is also enrolled in the Blount Scholars Program.
Ostracods are small crustaceans living in a variety of environments. They were also present in and on the ocean floor in Brazil 66 million years ago.
This program will teach young naturalists about pollinators, different species of pollinators, and their importance in the ecosystem and on agriculture. Nature is all around us and ready to explore! Junior Naturalists (Grades K-5) will learn about the outdoors, natural history, and science together with your family in this hands-on experience. This program is geared for Grade K-5.
Join Dr. Doug and members of the Discovering Alabama team at the Alabama Museum of Natural History for a special premiere of Discovering Alabama’s latest episode, “Alabama Quadricentennial”. In this show, host Doug Phillips is joined by several leading environmental scientists who provide their expert perspective in addressing the question, “What will Alabama’s natural environment be like by the time of the state’s Quadricentennial?” Consideration is given to global and national issues of population pressures, altered ecosystems, and other aspects […]
Since it is Shark Week, we figured it would be the perfect time to announce a special FREE presentation about why sharks matter!
The Treatise of Invertebrate Paleontology are a series of chapters published since the 20th century with overviews of invertebrate fossil groups.
The use of gDNAs isolated from museum specimens for high throughput sequencing, especially targeted sequencing in the context of phylogenetics, is a common practice.
Full of enthusiasm and humor, Steve Trash educates children about science in the aptly named Steve Trash Science show.