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.