Field Museum says it will cut staff, overhaul operations, limit research
CHICAGO – Chicago’s renowned Field Museum, a major center of global scientific research, has announced plans to cut staff, overhaul operations and limit the scope of its research because of a high debt load and the recession.
The natural history museum might also change hours of operation and raise admission prices for special exhibits at one of the city’s best-known cultural attractions, museum officials said Tuesday.
The Field Museum is known for its research into plants and animals and impressive collections, including Sue, the world’s largest and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex.
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