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February 16, 2021: Experience Mars Rover Landing Live in McWane’s IMAX Dome – February 18, 2021
November 19, 2020: The Magic of Model Trains Rolls into Birmingham at McWane Science Center
August 17, 2020: McWane Science Center Named Alabama’s Top Attraction
July 8, 2020: McWane Science Center reopens
McWane Science Center in the News
4/13/2021 Birmingham Times: McWane is the Best!!
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7/23/2020 News and Observer: A shark that roamed the primeval sea named in honor of Charlotte man
7/23/2020 The Herald: A shark that roamed the primeval sea named in honor of Charlotte man
7/23/2020 Turco News: 65 Milyon Yillik Yeni Kopek Baligi Turu Kesfedildi
7/23/2020 COla Daily: State Museum curator, team of scientists discover two new fossil shark species
7/23/2020 Myrtle Beach Online: A shark that roamed the primeval sea named in honor of Charlotte man
7/23/2020 Herald Sun: A shark that roamed the primeval sea named in honor of Charlotte man
7/23/2020 Charlotte Observer: A shark that roamed the primeval sea named in honor of Charlotte man
7/23/2020 The Island Packet: A shark that roamed the primeval sea named in honor of Charlotte man
7/23/2020 Mysterious Universe: Two New Species Of Prehistoric Sharks Identified In Southern United States
7/22/2020 WSFA 12 News: New shark species discovered in Lowndes County
7/22/2020 WAFF 48 News: New shark species discovered in Lowndes County
7/22/2020 WTVY: New shark species discovered in Lowndes County
7/22/2020 WTVM 13 News: Two new fossil shark species found by team of scientists from Alabama and South Carolina
7/22/2020: WBRC: New shark species discovered in Lowndes County
7/22/2020 Alabama Newscenter: Birmingham’s McWane Science Center announces two new fossil shark discoveries
7/22/2020 Newsweek: 65 Million-Year-Old Shark Found in Alabama Is New Species
6/30/20 Gulf Coast News Today: Gulf State Park visitor finds a fossilized Great White Shark Tooth
6/29/20 Outerbanks Voice: Is this a 5 million-year-old tooth?
5/15/20 WKRG News 5: Man finds 2.6 to 5 million-year-old Great White Shark tooth on Dauphin Island
2/20/20 Alabama Newscenter: Scientist: Fossils Reveal Alabama Most Biodiverse State in the Country
12/27/19 Bham Now: Meet the new ancient shark species found in southern Alabama
12/23/19 AL.com: Newly discovered ancient shark named for Birmingham volunteer
1/15/19 Bham Now: 45 years and 11 boards. How the Lowerys give back to Birmingham
1/12/18 Scientific American: Paleo Profile: The Bryant’s Shark.
1/11/18 MSN: New Ancient Shark Species Discovered in Alabama.
1/11/18 International Business Times: 83 million-year-old Bryant sharks swam in ancient Alabama seas, gave birth to monstrous Megalodon sharks.
1/11/18 Bobo.id: Nenek Moyang Hiu Terbesar Ternyata Berukuran Kecil, Lo!.
1/11/18 Fayerwayer: Arqueólogos descubren nueva especie de tiburón prehistórico.
1/11/18 Sains Kompas: Siapa Sangka, Nenek Moyang Hiu Terbesar Ternyata Punya Gigi Mungil.
1/11/18 Francais Express: New Ancient Shark Species Discovered in Alabama.
1/10/18 International Business Times: 83 million-year-old shark that lived during dinosaur age likely the ancestor of largest ever shark.
1/10/18 Web Programming Solution: 83 million-year-old shark that lived during dinosaur age likely the ancestor of largest ever shark.
1/10/18 Everything Dinosaur: On the Trail of Megalodon Ancestors: Scientists in Alabama Solve Forty-Year Shark Puzzle.
1/9/18 World Fossil Society: Fossil teeth link beast to Earth’s largest shark.
1/9/18 Veda: Nově identifikovaný druh žraloka je pravděpodobně předchůdcem megalodona – největšího žraloka, který kdy obýval naši planetu. Vědci učinili důležitý objev v evoluci těchto predátorů z fosilních nálezů objevených v americké Alabamě.
1/8/18 Cboyl: 巨齿鲨的祖先：与地球上最大的鲨鱼有关的新发现的化石野兽.
1/8/18 Blasting News: Bestia fósil recién descubierta relacionada con el tiburón más grande.
1/8/18 Alabama Newscenter: Alabama scientists have discovered a new shark named for ‘Bear’ Bryant family.
1/8/18 247 Sports: Shark species named after Alabama legend Bear Bryant.
1/8/18 Tinsera: Newfound Fossil Beast Related to Earth’s Largest Shark.
1/8/18 LiveScience: Megalodon Ancestor: Newfound Fossil Beast Related to Earth’s Largest Shark.
7/19/17 Alabama Newscenter: Research paper identifies early Ice Age shark teeth in Alabama.
7/19/17 Yellowhammer News: Shark! Ice Age Era teeth found in Alabama.
5/31/17 This is Alabama: Paleontology’s next great find could be in Alabama.
4/6/17 ASTC: Eotrachodon.
12/30/16 Vestavia Voice: Hidden in plain sight.
4/22/16 National Geographic: Paleo Profile: The Dawn Rough Tooth.
2/11/16 The Plainsman: Dinosaur discovered in Alabama named.
1/31/16 Charlotte Observer: Science Briefs: Dinosaur unearthed in Alabama points to duck-bills developing in ancient Appalachia.
1/29/16 Earthsky: Extraordinary fossil find sheds light on duck-billed dinosaurs.
1/27/16 New Historian: New species of duck-billed dinosaur discovered.
1/26/16 Sci-News: Eotrachodon orientalis: New Duck-billed dinosaur species discovered.
1/26/16 Deccan Chronicle: New 83-million-year-old, rare dinosaur species identified.
1/26/16 Livemint: New 83-million-year-old, rare dinosaur species identified.
1/26/16 International Business Times: Eotrachodon: 83 million-year-old ‘ugly’ duck-billed dinosaur skeleton discovered in Alabama.
1/25/16 Gephardt Daily: Researchers discover new dinosaur species in Appalachia.
1/25/16 Science News: Researchers discover new dinosaur species in Appalachia.
1/21/16 Fox News: Fossil of duck-billed dinosaur found along Alabama creek.
1/21/16 Tallahassee.com: Nolesaurus: FSU biologist helps determine new species of dinosaur.
6/26/12 Enews Courier: Students dig for history in Birmingham’s Sloss Furnaces.