Pay What You Can Nights Woolly offers Pay What You Can tickets for a select number of preview performances (often the first Monday and Tuesday night). The concept is simple: we perform the show, you tell us how much you're going to pay for your ticket. It's part of our commitment to making sure that our theater remains open and accessible to every member of our community The Pay What You Can program is supported by the Weissberg Foundation, the Paul M. Angell…
DNA sequencing shows how woolly mammoths got that way
In what is being called the "most comprehensive" study of its kind, a team from the University of Chicago claims that it has revealed the massive amount of ge...
How the woolly mammoth met its end: DNA analysis reveals 'genomic meltdown'
In an island north of the eastern tip of Siberia, a small group of woolly mammoths became the last survivors of their once thriving species...eneticists ha
Woolly Mammoths Weren't So Woolly at the Very End
Researchers compare genome of Wrangel Island beast with mainland one
Peter Thiel gave $100,000 to resurrect the woolly mammoth
It’s a book. It’s a major motion picture. But where’s the science?
How woolly mammoths could end global warming
Bringing extinct animal back into existence seems like an inevitability rather than a fanciful idea, and wooly mammoths are slated to be one of the first species to be restored.
However: CITES Must Regulate Trade in Woolly Mammoth Ivory > Newsroom
Delegates attending CITES CoP18 (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora 18th Conference of the Parties) a...
Scientists discover woolly mammoth DNA hiding inside illegal ivory trinkets
Peter Thiel gave $100,000 to the scientists trying to resurrect the woolly mammoth
Woolly mammoths could be coming to a park near you sometime before 2027, thanks to...
How the Last Woolly Mammoths Met Their Demise on a Remote Arctic Island
The last mammoths to stomp on Earth lived on Wrangel Island in the Arctic Ocean. This isolated population lived for thousands of years after most mammoths were gone, but when extinction finally came, it happened quickly. New evidence may finally explain what happened to these stubborn holdouts.
How recreating the woolly mammoth could combat climate change
The story of Jurassic Park is an infamous story of what happens when man resurrects extinct creatures. So why does Pleistocene Park in Siberia have similar goals?
We Could Resurrect the Woolly Mammoth. Here's How. — National Geographic
It's now possible to actually write DNA, which could bring an iconic Ice Age herbivore back to life.
Scientists think they finally know why the last woolly mammoths died out
For the first time, a new study was able to pinpoint the date and likely cause of the demise of wooly mammoths.
Amazing footage of one of the last woolly mammoth-like elephants on Earth
A British photographer was able to capture the last images of a rare, large-tusked elephant before it died of natural causes. The large animal was known for its massive tusks, which were estimated …
How woolly mammoth extinction took place on remote Arctic island
Scientists are unraveling the mystery of how the last mammoths died on a remote island in the Arctic Ocean just 4,000 years ago. Experts from the University of Helsinki, the University of Tübingen …
Why Woolly Mammoth Theatre’s new leader is a trailblazing choice
Maria Manuela Goyanes of New York’s Public Theater will succeed Howard Shalwitz.
New DNA research gives clues why woolly mammoth became extinct
New research is giving clues to why woolly mammoths became extinct.
Scientists Plan to Bring Woolly Mammoths Back from Extinction
It's the premise of a hundred horror movies, of course, but that doesn't seem to be deterring a team of scientists at Harvard University from resurrecting the long-extinct Woolly Mammoth and unleashing it upon the modern world.
This is how it starts: Woolly mammoths will roam new ‘Jurassic Park’-style theme park
We might be 10 years away from a "Jurassic Park"-style theme park. Emphasis on the "might be."
Scientists who want to bring back the giant woolly mammoth say it could be roaming around in 10...
Some scientists have wanted to bring back woolly mammoths for years, but others aren't so sure of the benefits.