Smithsonian scientists take the relationship between insects and the plants they eat down to the DNA. Continue reading Going for the gut
Our extraordinary volunteers are helping transform the Smithsonian. Continue reading Those who can, do. Those who can do more, volunteer.
If we can’t bring the world’s 7 billion people to the Smithsonian (not enough parking), let’s bring the Smithsonian to them. Continue reading Finding the human connection in a digital age
A 20-year Smithsonian veteran will become director of the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, effective April 29. Continue reading Folklife has a new director
Help tag ocean species for the Encyclopedia of Life at a Flickr tagging party April 2. All are welcome! Continue reading No, we said ‘tagging party,’ not ‘toga party’
They’re both among the more than 30 props and movie artifacts donated to the American History Museum by Warner Bros. Entertainment. Continue reading What do George Clooney’s cowl and Halle Berry’s bra have in common?
A new director has been named for the Archives of American Art. Continue reading Kate Haw is new director of the Archives of American Art
There’s a killer stalking the caves of North America. Find out what it is on Tuesday, March 19. Continue reading Killer in the Caves
It takes a village…of Wikipedians. Check out the day-long “edit-a-thon” that added resources from “The Civil War and American Art” to Wikipedia. Continue reading It takes a village
Quick, name a pioneering female scientist…other than Marie Curie. Thought so. Here’s a chance to broaden your education. Continue reading Six pioneering women scientists you’ve never heard of