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Cleveland Museum of Natural History Lecture: Understanding Dinosaurs in the 21st Century (OH)

May 11, 2018 @ 7:00 pm

On Friday May 11, 2018, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History Explorer Series presents:

Understanding Dinosaurs in the 21st Century

by Dr. Mark Norell, American Museum of Natural History

Unearth how technological innovation, the advancement of paleobiology and an adventurous spirit to excavate in new locations around the globe have led to an explosion of new dinosaur knowledge in this century. Find out about the latest research from one of the premiere paleontology labs in the world, including the evolution of the bird brain, the color of dinosaurs and what animals that have been long dead can tell us about the complexity of creatures living today.

This program is offered in conjunction with the special exhibition ‘Pterosaurs’ from the American Museum of Natural History

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More about the CMNH Explorer Series: 

Join us as we welcome experts, explorers and adventurers and listen as they illuminate breakthroughs and challenges facing the world of natural history, natural science, human health and sustainability.

5:30pm: Doors open. Enjoy complimentary light appetizers, a cash bar and live music. Dinner available for purchase at Exploration: A Zack Bruell Restaurant, located off the Wade Oval lobby. Museum exhibitions, galleries and store are open.

7pm: Presentation begins in auditorium, followed by Q&A. Select speakers sign their books afterward.

Parking: $10 special event rate in the Museum garage. $6 flat rate for Museum members.



May 11, 2018
7:00 pm