Dire Wolf Research at IMNH

Dr. Angela Perri, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Lepzig, Germany, was at the IMNH last week. She is studying and sampling DNA from dire wolves from two southeast Idaho fossil sites.

Perri’s research questions …

Giant Bison 3D Scanning

Man using a 3D scanner on a bison skull.

Travis Helm, intern at the IVL, scanning “Humpty Dumpty”

Man using a computer to process 3D scans of bison skulls.

Nicholas Clement, IVL Assistant Manager, processing 3D scan of a bison skull.

The John A. White Paleontological Repository (JAW) at the IMNH holds one of the largest collections of the giant

Grace Lutheran Science Fair

Science is alive and well and happening in our local schools.

student projects being viewed by fellow students.

Student projects being viewed by fellow students in the new Grace Lutheran High School Gym.

Student project – homemade doggie treadmill for exercising dogs during the winter months.

Student project – homemade doggie treadmill for exercising dogs during the winter months.

Student project on the effects of freezing in rocks by Mary Thompson and David Huber

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