Science Cafe: What's New with Old Bones

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There's a lot to learn from old bones: not just what animals might have lived 65 million years ago, but what they ate, how they lived and how they used their brains. On our program, we'll take a much needed break from the economic meltdown and politics to preview Monday night's Science Cafe at the Great Lakes Brewery in Cleveland. This month's program is focused on contemporary issues in paleontology. We'll talk about the relevance ancient bones and fossils hold for us today; we'll learn what they tell us about climate change and evolution and how modern medical tools--like CT Scans--are being used to unlock their mysteries. We look forward to your questions, too. Join us Monday morning at 9.

Guests: 

Darin Croft, Case Western Reserve Unversity
Michael Ryan, Cleveland Museum of Natural History

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