SUE The T. Rex Scheduled For CT Scan Next WeekNext Tuesday at 9:30 a.m., Field Museum scientists will remove SUE's bones that show signs of illness or injury, including bones from the right arm and left leg.
'Dibs' And Sue The T. Rex Among Chicago-Themed Holiday Cards For Sale"Dibs" and Sue the T. Rex are some of the sights local artists feature on their Chicago-themed holiday cards.
Maximo, The Largest Dinosaur Ever Uncovered, Moving Into Field MuseumThe Field Museum is getting a huge new house guest, who will be moving into SUE the T-Rex's old room.
SUE The T. Rex Says Goodbye To Her SkullAs the Field Museum prepares to relocate its most famous resident, workers removed the skull of SUE the T-Rex Monday morning.
Field Museum To Move Sue, The T. Rex For New DisplayA Tyrannosaurus rex fossil that's been on prominent display at Chicago's Field Museum is being moved to make room for a cast of the biggest dinosaur ever discovered.
Before She Moves, SUE The T-Rex Toys With Twitter Followers' EmotionsNews that SUE the T-Rex will be disappearing for awhile has some of her Twitter fans wondering: what's happening to her sassy tweets?
A Bigger Dinosaur Is Moving In On SUE's Space At The Field MuseumThe Field Museum announced Wednesday that SUE is getting a makeover in celebration of the museum's 125th anniversary and in her place will stand a touchable cast of the biggest dinosaur ever discovered.
Argonne Laboratory Scan Finds T-Rex's Arms Not Used MuchThe preliminary results are in after scientists at the Field Museum and Argonne National Laboratory teamed up to answer the question: Did Sue, the Field's famous Tyrannosaurus Rex, ever use those tiny arms? The short answer is, probably not, at least not as an adult.
Sue The T. Rex Lends A Hand -- Actually, Her Arm -- For ResearchRelax, it's a loan. Part of the famous T Rex fossil will be examined and quickly returned. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Sue The T-Rex Celebrating 25th "Unearth Day" At Field MuseumTwenty-five years is just a drop in the bucket for a 65-million-year-old fossil, but it’s still a big milestone for the Field Museum, which is celebrating what it calls “unearth day” for Sue the T-Rex.
Researchers Sending Bacteria From Sue The T-Rex Into Outer SpaceSue, the Field Museum’s famous Tyrannosaurus Rex, isn't exactly becoming the first dinosaur astronaut, but at least a few microscopic parts of her are going into orbit.
Study: Field Museum's Sue Was Bigger Than Anyone RealizedIt turns out Chicago's favorite Tyrannosaurus rex was much heavier than anyone knew.