News Articles

Featured Article:
“Scientists retrieve 80-million-year-old dinosaur protein in ‘milestone’ paper.”
Robert F. Service; Science Magazine
January 31, 2017

“Dinosaur bone research at NC State overturns centuries-old beliefs.”
Chris Cioffi; The News&Observer
January 26, 2017

“Researchers confirm 80-million-year-old collagen from Brachylophosaurus dinosaur.”
Dianne Depra; Tech Times
January 24, 2017

“Paleontologists discover traces of 80-million-year-old collagen in a dinosaur bone.”
Shaena Montanari; Forbes
January 24, 2017

“130-million-year od proteins still present in dinosaur-age fossil.”
Laura Geggel; LiveScience
November 23, 2016

“This ancient Chinese bird kept its feathers, and colors, for 130 million years.”
Ben Guarino; The Washington Post
November 22, 2016

“Cretaceous bird find holds new color clue.”
Megan Rosen; ScienceNews
November 21, 2016

“Feathers on this 130-million-year-old fossil still contain traces of color.”
George Dvorsky; Gizmodo
November 21, 2016

“Fossilized dinos are bones turned to stone—but sometimes, part of the original dino survives.”
Brian Switek; Smithsonian Magazine
November 9, 2016

“How feathers can persist for millions of years.”
Shaena Montanari; Forbes
July 19, 2016

“The Unlikely Paleontologist: An Interview with Mary Schweitzer (Part 1).”
“The Unlikely Paleontologist: An Interview with Mary Schweitzer (Part 2).”
Marcia Bosscher; The Well
July 12–13, 2016

“Is it possible to clone a dinosaur?”
Laura Geggel; ScienLive (LiveScience)
April 28, 2016

“Pregnant T. rex found, may contain DNA.”
Alan Nursall; Discovery
March 16, 2016

“It’s a Girl! Paleontologists examine a pregnant T. rex.”
Brian Switek; Phenomena, National Geographic
March 16, 2016

“Science answers an age-old question: How can you spot a pregnant T. rex?”
Ed Mazza; The Huffington Post
March 16, 2016

T. rex was pregnant, bone test confirms.”
Laura Geggel; LiveScience
March 15, 2016

“Scientists believe they’ve found a ‘pregnant’ T. rex.”
Elahe Izadi; The Washington Post
March 15, 2016