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Big Mike and FedEx truck
The T Rex bronze "Big Mike" and the FedEx truck containing the Wankel T rex fossil. (Kelly Gorham/MSU photo)

Wankel T Rex Goes to Washington, D.C.

If all has gone as planned, the Wankel T rex fossil skeleton has arrived in Washington, D.C., after a cross-country trip in a FedEx semi.

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Photo courtesy of SalFalko/Flickr
Photo courtesy of SalFalko/Flickr

Montana Starting to Fund Universities Based on Performance, More Changes Underway

This week, November 20, the Montana Board of Regents will meet to discuss a variety of issues including the state's falling university enrollment numbers. One of the main topics will be the Complete College Montana Program, which hopes to increase graduation rates.

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Anne Camper (photo by Kelly Gorham/MSU)

Former Bitterroot Resident is Nominated MSU Regents Professor

Anne Camper, an international expert in the study of pathogens in water, has been nominated to be a Montana University Systems Regents Professor.

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Bobbie Roos (center), Silver Buffalo award winner, with Sheila Friedrich (left), Sheridan County extension agent and Katelyn Andersen, Ravalli County extension agent. (MSU Extension photo)

Former Ravalli County Extension Agent is Honored

Former Ravalli County Extension Agent Bobbie Roos was honored at the annual MSU Extension conference in Bozeman.

Roos was given the 2013 Silver Buffalo Award, recognizing her 19 years of service, three of which were as Ravalli County Extension agent

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A grizzly bear uses a US 93 underpass. (Photo courtesy of CSKT,MDT, WTI-MSU)

Safe Ways for Wildlife to Get Past Highways Goes International

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) chapter in Bozeman is bringing a Mongolian group of officials to tour various overpasses and underpasses in Montana and other US sites that help animals cross traffic areas

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Aurora from space. (YouTube/NASA/Evans & Sutherland/goto,inc.)

Aurora Movie Booked for Re-opening of MSU’s Taylor Planetarium

In Bozeman, the Taylor Planetarium at the Museum of the Rockies has been remodeled and is re-opening March 2.

The facility has a newly installed Digistar 5 projection system - on a par with the top two planetariums in the world, according to a Montana State University news release

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map of antarctic drill site
The drill site is in the middle of this map. (Image courtesy of WISSARD, MSUNews)

MSU Bozeman Crew Plays Major Role in Antarctic Deep Lake Study

A U.S. team recently melted holes through a half mile of ice to Lake Whillans on the Antarctic continent.

Evelyn Boswell of the MSU News Service reports the Whillans Ice Stream Subglacial Access Research Drilling (WISSARD) project was successful in reaching the isolated lake and collecting water and sediment January 28

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ravalli administration center
Ravalli County Administrative Center. (KLYQ Photo)

Ravalli County Commissioners Attend Government Session

The Bitterroot Valley's Greg Chilcott and Jeff Burrows attended the first session of an elected county officials training this month.

Chilcott was re-elected and Burrows was elected to the Ravalli County Commission in the November election

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MSU Bobcats Continue in Football Playoffs

With a 16-10 victory last Saturday, the Montana State Bobcats advance to the second-round playoffs in the NCAA Championship Playoffs.

And the really good news, they get to host this game, too. They're up against Sam Houston State Friday night

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Victoria Valley, Antarctica
The research field camp on Lake Vida, Victoria Valley, Antarctica. (courtesy of Desert Research Institute, Reno Nev.)

Antarctic Study Co-Authored by Fritsen of Corvallis

Christian Fritsen, formerly of Corvallis, Montana, and a former post-doc researcher at MSU Bozeman, has co-authored a study on bacteria that live in an under-ice lake in Antarctica.

Fritsen, polar scientist John Priscu and Alison Murray of the Desert Research Insitute of Reno, Nevada, published the study this week in the "Proceedings of the National Academy of Science

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