Bruce Museum hosts Science Symposium on Madagascar

The Bruce Museum welcomes 14 scholars to share their latest research as part of the first ever Bruce Museum Science Symposium. The topic? Madagascar, of course! Graduate students, postdocs, and faculty will share their latest research and findings about the natural history of Madagascar, and will be joining us from:

American Museum of Natural History

City University of New York – Hunter College

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

New York University

Penn State

Stony Brook University

University of Connecticut

University of Massachusetts Amherst

The symposium is open to the public and free with admission. Join us and learn about

The fascinating feeding ecology of lemurs

Evolution of the Malagasy snake

The amazing meticulous reconstruction of a fossil egg discovered within an elephant bird embryo

Advance registration requested. To register, call 203-869-0376 or email us.

Crowned Lemur Eulemur coronatus. Specimen courtesy Duke Lemur Center — Photograph by Paul Mutino.

Crowned Lemur Eulemur coronatus, specimen courtesy Duke Lemur Center — Photograph by Paul Mutino.

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