1 hr ago
Small, speedy plant-eater extends knowledge of dinosaur ecosystems
Dinosaurs are often thought of as large, fierce animals, but new research highlights a previously overlooked diversity of small dinosaurs.
8 hrs ago
'Heavy Metal and Punk Fossils' Exhibition to Open in Denmark Next Month [News]
When a scientist discovers a new and unknown fossil, he gets to give it a scientific name.
Tue May 21, 2013
Dinosaur museum funds snub a 'missed opportunity'
A south-west Queensland mayor says he is gutted the region has missed out on federal funding for a dinosaur museum for the third consecutive time.
Dinosaurs disembark for the summer in Norwalk
Stepping Stones Museum for Children in Norwalk, Conn., will welcome "Dinosaur Revolution" beginning Saturday, May 25, 2013.
Allosaurus fed more like a falcon than a crocodile, new study finds
The mighty T. rex may have thrashed its massive head from side to side to dismember prey, but a new study shows that its smaller cousin Allosaurus was a more dexterous hunter and tugged at prey more like a modern-day falcon.
Outback projects share in RDA funding
Some western Queensland projects have received funding under the third round of the Regional Development Australia Fund but others have missed out.
Mon May 20, 2013
New York Post
NY whiz-kid dropout a #!*in' genius
Shaggy-haired city hipster and Tumblr founder David Karp yesterday had two words for the $1.1 billion cash sale of his popular blogging site to Yahoo! The 26-year-old wunderkind, who grew up on the Upper West Side strolling the Museum of Natural History and sketching dinosaur bones, posted a message - where else? - on Tumblr to calm his users' ... (more)
Separating the recent from the ancient past
It is not uncommon to come across claims of fossils being found in layers where we would not expect them to be, with combinations of animals from different geological eras coming together.
Everybody walk the dinosaurs
WHEN something has a 10 million price tag, it's only fair to assume it's going to be pretty special.
Scientist Stumped by Actual Dinosaur Skin
Being the first ever to examine a dinosaur fossil long buried in sedimentary rock is thrilling enough for a field researcher.
University of Bristol news
Fossil brain teaser
A new study conducted at the University of Bristol and published online today in the Journal of Evolutionary Biology sheds light on how the brain and inner ear developed in dinosaurs.
Sun May 19, 2013
Let the library help you get your fingers dirty this summer
Get ready to "Dig into Reading" all summer at the library for our summer reading theme.
2-mile wide Asteroid to pass by Earth
Scientists compare it to the one that killed off the dinosaurs. But, before you start scrambling for the next shuttle flight off this planet, rest assured: It will not strike Earth.
Dinos draw crowds to VMNH
An increase in visitors at the Virginia Museum of Natural History is being attributed largely to the popularity of two dinosaur-themed exhibits.
Sat May 18, 2013
Best of Craigslist: 'Phallic' Landscaping Stone; Clown Wanted for Hangout
The following items and postings were found on Craigslist for the Elmhurst, Wheaton and Glen Ellyn area.
Having grown up in Dallas, I rarely thought of the city as a getaway destination, even though I've lived my adult life just 40 miles to the west in Fort Worth.
Smuggled Dinosaur's Return May Boost Mongolian Paleontology
When Mongolia's most famous dinosaur, a relative of T. rex , returns to the Asian country on May 18, it returns to a homeland rich in dinosaur fossils, but with scant resources to display and study them.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Arthritis in the age of dinosaurs
Paul Willis was leading a tour of fossil sites in western Queensland and poking around an old quarry when he stumbled upon a fossilised vertebra of an elasmosaur, the long-necked marine , which lived 100 million years ago.
Fri May 17, 2013
Monsters and Critics
Asteroid flyby alert: Massive dark asteroid to whiz by Earth on May 31
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Canada Flintridge reports they are keeping an eye out for an asteroid reportedly 1.7 miles long, one big enough to cause the dinosaurs\' extinction if it ever connected with the planet.