Date(s) - 04/03/2020
8:30 am - 9:30 am
Natural History Museum of Utah’s (NHMU) Research Quest Live allows students around the world to tune in live to learn from scientists and educators virtually while schools are closed. Each week will feature a new investigation that students are able to participate in. This week, classes will focus on the museum’s world-renowned paleontology program, where middle school aged children will learn to identify dinosaur bones, determine which dinosaurs they belong to and what physical features allowed them to survive. Today’s topic: A live Q&A with NHMU Chief Curator and Curator of Paleontology Dr. Randy Irmis.