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Natural History Collections house untold stories and a wealth of irreplaceable information. Watch how Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates (CUMV) undergrad, Matthew Lin walks us through the process of clearing and staining -- a technique that allows researchers to explore the mechanics and beauty of vertebrate form and function. Click on the photo below or follow this link; learn about this, and other techniques used by EEB research interns at CUMV.