There's been a lot of great feedback from the AAAS symposium, but perhaps none more prominent that a great piece by Geoffrey Carr in this week's issue of The Economist. I've always enjoyed their pithy tone; and, as a North American, their house style is downright charming. I also love that the words "fossil cetaceans" earned a sub-heading:
The piece reveals some of the plans we have in the works for display later this year, arising out of our work digitization the fossils from Cerro Ballena. We hope to share more later this year, but enjoy this tidbit for now. (h/t to our new digitization preservation specialist, Holly Little, for the photo).