Monthly Archives: May 2014

What’s new at the fossil prep station

What’s new at our fossil prep station? On May 31, we’re opening a new dinosaur plaster jacket! Find out what’s inside. Continue reading

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It all must glow…even the food!

Find out what makes certain foods and drinks glow under UV light. Continue reading

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Tough Fishing Spots

Dr. Brian Coad is an expert on fishes from the Middle East. His publication on the fishes of Afghanistan adds a new dimension to the natural history of this war-torn region. Continue reading

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NatureTalks: Hot Science!

Through its up-to-date mix of cutting-edge science topics, ethical questions and facilitated discussions, the NatureTalks programme has changed intern Dana Moretti’s perception of museums. Continue reading

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Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3…

Quick and cardboard—Get a glimpse of some activity-testing pilot projects from exhibition developer Nicole Dupuis. Continue reading

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