- Thursday, April 3 | 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
- Offering Format: Massachusetts School Group Event, Lecture
- Recommended for grades 9 – 12 and adults
- Cahners Theater
- Free; advance registration required: 617-723-2500
With Dr. Elizabeth Rega, Western University of Health Sciences, California
As a paleopathology specialist, Dr. Elizabeth Rega learns what diseases affected dinosaurs and what injuries they experienced through accidents and fights. Attend a lecture by Dr. Rega and participate in engaging hands-on activities throughout the Museum, including time to explore the Hall of Human Life. In this new exhibition, visit interactive inquiry areas to explore how our species has changed over time related to food, community, and physical forces. From dinosaurs to humans, we can explore biological processes that give evidence of evolution.
Capacity for event: 75 students per school.
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