natural history Tag

Pop quiz! Follow along with the KU Natural History Museum staff in this pre-recorded video on their Facebook page to challenge yourself on your knowledge of environmental science. Follow along with the quiz using a link to a Qualtrics survey. If you complete the quiz, you’ll...

What can tiny animals without backbones tell us about our water resources? Learn about these aquatic macroinvertebrates in a live Zoom session, part of the KU Natural History Museum Environmental Science Camp series. Registration is required. Museum staff will contact you to confirm your registration...

Pollution is something that is in a place where it isn’t normally found. It doesn’t belong, like plastic trash in the ocean. But did you know there are different types of pollution? Join the KU Natural History Museum staff in this pre-recorded video on their Facebook...

How does air quality impact our everyday lives? Join the KU Natural History Museum staff as they explore this question and model the effects of acid rain in a hands-on experiment in a live Zoom session, part of the Environmental Science Camp series. Registration is required....

The KU Natural History Museum welcomes you to this year's Environmental Science summer camp! Join museum staff in this pre-recorded video on the KU Natural History Museum Facebook page as staff members introduce you to environmental science and the ways it impacts our lives. A...

What amazing life lurks below? Explore deep-sea fish and other deep-sea organisms with the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff in this live Zoom session, part of the virtual Biodiversity Camp series. Registration is required for this session. Museum staff will contact you to confirm...

Zoology, herpetology, mammalogy! There are so many ‘ologies,’ but what do they mean? Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff in this live Zoom session, part of the Biodiversity Summer Camp, to explore these ‘ologies.’ Registration is required for this live session. Museum staff...

The University of Kansas Natural History Museum will be distributing a limited number of free Science Kits (while supplies last) for their virtual Pop Up Science program – Fossil Shark Teeth on Saturday, June 19th, streaming on Facebook. Each kit will contain all the materials needed...

The KU Natural History Museum's Story Book Science events in March will be focused on National Parks!  This month, participants will learn about Marjory Stoneman Douglas and her work saving the Everglades. As well as the Grand Canyon and the Lion Queens of India, a...

The KU Natural History Museum's Story Book Science events in March will be focused on National Parks!  This month, participants will learn about Marjory Stoneman Douglas and her work saving the Everglades. As well as the Grand Canyon and the Lion Queens of India, a...