Emily Kingston Saint John, New Brunswick University of New Brunswick, Fredericton Bachelor of Science in Mathematics What do you like most about your role at NBM? “I have learned so much through my role at the NBM, and I love that I get to continue learning every day at work.
For a year, NBM Conservator Dee Stubbs-Lee has been working to preserve the semi-fossilized bones of two walrus (Odobenus rosmarus) from the Bay of Fundy; a partial skull and a single tusk from a second individual. These ice-age fossils are roughly 10,000 years old! Both were dredged up by First
Hello, Many people are wondering when the New Brunswick Museum’s Exhibition Centre and Archives & Research Library and Collections & Research Centre will be re-opening to the public. As of today, re-opening dates have not been confirmed. The New Brunswick Museum is continuing to take the advice of Public Health
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Considering the developments related to COVID-19, the New Brunswick Museum will be closed until further notice. This includes the Market Square Exhibition Centre and the Douglas Avenue Collections and Research Centre. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
With regard to the COVID-19 virus, the New Brunswick Museum’s priority is the health and safety of our staff and visitors. As the Provincial Museum, we adhere to protocols and direction provided to us by the Province of New Brunswick. Further, New Brunswick Museum specific protocols and measures will be
A Victorian memorial wreath on exhibition at the Bonar Law site, had suffered some disfiguring damage over the years. NB Heritage Branch asked the New Brunswick Museum for assistance with examining and stabilizing the object. Conservator Dee Stubbs-Lee is up for the challenge! The
Andrew Sullivan, Zoology Technician, NBM Department of Natural History The New Brunswick Museum research collection houses over 11,000 individual wet-preserved amphibians and reptiles stored in jars of 70% ethanol. Wet specimens provide anatomical and biogeographic data and can be a source for many methods of analysis. For example, several species
Dee Stubbs-Lee, Conservator Peter Larocque, Curator of NB Cultural History & Art NBM Conservator Dee Stubbs-Lee and volunteer Marilyn Peabody spent many weeks this winter preparing 12 historic and contemporary floral themed quilts from the NBM’s extensive quilt collections for the exhibition Bouquet of Quilts. A detailed assessment was made
NBM paleontology researchers identify footprint of new species at Famous Alabama Fossil Site (Union Chapel Mines fossil site)
A recent paper written by Olivia King, Geology & Paleontology summer research assistant in the NBM Department of Natural History and M.Sc. candidate at Saint Mary’s University, Matt Stimson, NBM Assistant Curator of Geology and Paleontology, and Ph.D. student at Saint Mary’s University, and Dr. Spencer Lucas, Curator of Paleonotology