The Natural History Museum of Utah’s new home, The Rio Tinto Center, is aspiring to become one of 18 LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified buildings thus far in the State of Utah.
A trek through the Past Worlds gallery at the Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center, the University of Utah, will reveal some of the interesting animals that ruled the Utah landscape, keep reading →
The site of the Natural History Museum of Utah’s new home recently experienced first-hand the dual role fire plays in our world – not only as an ecological necessity, but also as a potential catalyst of destruction.
Natural History Museum of Utah researchers are harnessing information from records in the Museum’s collection to gain insight into the future of the Great Basin.
In what could only be described as a “tornado of creativity,” the Navajo basket renaissance swept through southeastern Utah, reviving a nearly-extinct tradition and resulted in a new form of contemporary art.
The Natural History Museum of Utah is partnering with Utah’s Hogle Zoo to present a menagerie of life-sized animated dinosaurs called “Zoorassic Park” this summer. But, how do we know what these creatures from the distant past truly looked like?