Florida Museum’s Greatest Hits: An Online Guide
Did you know you can visit the Museum online instead of in person? You can explore our online exhibits, YouTube … Continued
Our 2021 was busy and exciting!
Wow! Looking back at 2021 is quite an adventure. This year brought some challenges, but we also saw some pretty … Continued
Cactus adaptations with Ted-Ed and Lucas Majure
You might think those fierce cactus spines are just to protect them from being eaten. But our biologist, Lucas Majure, … Continued
‘Black in Natural History Museums Week’ coming to social media Oct. 17-23
The inaugural Black in Natural History Museums Week, Oct. 17-23, is an online social media festival that acknowledges, unites and … Continued
Beer for butterflies
Friends, beer and . . . butterflies? Is this how we do conservation now? Our scientists have worked hard to … Continued
Social distancing during Covid challenged us all to look for fun new ways to share science. Not many people get … Continued
Help advance museum science in minutes with Notes from Nature
If you have a computer, you can help move museum research forward in three minutes or less. Community scientists can … Continued
Wild Life! 2020 at the Museum
Well, 2020 was a wild year! We learned a lot. Not just about science. We learned how important museums are … Continued
Ready to hop onto the iNaturalist app?
Have you heard about the iNaturalist app and want to try it out? It can be intimidating for people to … Continued
Listen here! We (heart) science!
Like so many millions of people around the world, a good number of our Museum staff, scientists and student researchers … Continued