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Amazing Archaeology Fair at Harvard University

Amazing Archaeology Fair at Harvard

On Sunday, October 5, experience an epic day of archaeological events! Activities take place among the world-famous collections of North American, Maya, and Near Eastern archaeology held by the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology and the Harvard Semitic Museum. Immerse yourself in a 3-D view of the Giza Pyramids with virtual reality headsets. Move mountains with our augmented reality sandbox.

Birds of the World gallery at the Harvard Museum of Natural History

Birds of the World Gallery

The Harvard Museum of Natural History recently remodeled the Birds of the World gallery and now features many hundreds of stunning specimens, representing over 200 different bird families. New exhibit displays reveal the very latest in scientific discoveries about the evolution of these modern dinosaur descendants.

Saving Lemurs From Extinction, Patricia Chapple Wright

Saving Lemurs From Extinction

On Thursday, October 2, primatologist and MacArthur Fellow Patricia Chapple Wright, recipient of the 2014 Indianapolis Prize for her extraordinary contributions to conservation efforts, will discuss her work protecting the lemurs and ecosystems of Madagascar. In this lecture and book signing, Wright will share her experiences working with many stakeholders to integrate conservation with development projects.