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Mammoth blood “resurrected” at University of Manitoba

A very cool story about a team of international researchers including some at the U of M, who have done a bit of Jurrasic Park-style science on a real wooly mammoth. Nice for Winnipeg to host yet another scientific “never been done before” – it helps draw attention to the great science that happens in our city.

Full story here: http://umanitoba.ca/news/blogs/

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Scott Young

Manager of Science Communications and Visitor Experiences

“Scott is the Planetarium Astronomer at the Manitoba Museum, developing astronomy and science programs. He has been an informal science educator for thirty years, working in the planetarium and science centre field both at The Manitoba Museum and also at the Alice G. Wallace Planetarium in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Scott is an active amateur astronomer and a past-President of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada.”