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Important Changes as Construction Begins on the Hall of Human Life (News)

August 24, 2012
The Human Body Connection exhibit is now closed in order to start construction on the new exhibit Hall of Human Life. During the construction, special interpreter carts will be throughout the Exhibit Halls with all your favorite human biology demonstrations including dissections and physiology measurements ... (details).

Share a Story, See it in the Museum (News)

November 29, 2010
The Museum is planning a new gallery experience: one that is built by you! In the new Hall of Human Life, your participation will be key to the exhibit's message on human health and biology. This exciting new space takes a closer look at how the forces in our environment change us — and how we change them ... (details).

Elements of Change: Exhibit Halls Additions (News)

April 28, 2010
Science isn't static, and neither is the Museum of Science! Constantly evolving, the Museum has added new exhibits and enhanced others. Take a look around to see what's new. It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's a...Pterosaur? Actually, make that two pterosaurs! Last September, Dinosaurs: Modeling the Mesozoic ... (details).

Museum President Ioannis Miaoulis Marks 40th Anniversary of Moon Landing With Call to Action (News)

July 20, 2009
Today is the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, and in a recent Washington Times op-ed, Museum President Ioannis Miaoulis finds renewed inspiration in one of our country's greatest achievements. "[W]hen Neil Armstrong first stepped onto the dusty lunar surface, the United States reached ... (details).

Calling All Curious Teens (News)

April 01, 2009
Ah, to be young in Boston. The Museum runs programs for young people that adults can only envy. From overnights to courses to paid internships, teens can discover great science perks at Science Park. Hands-On Fun at the Clubhouse Would you like to create an animated cartoon, a video game, or your ... (details).

Science in Action: Researchers Live! (News)

December 08, 2008
The Museum of Science is fortunate to be located in a region alive with leading developments in many exciting fields of science. Our proximity to world-class colleges and universities, hospitals and laboratories, established companies and start-ups gives us access to accomplished researchers based in ... (details).

Firefly Watch Website Wins MITX Award (News)

November 21, 2008
Firefly Watch, the Museum's online Citizen Science project, has won a 2008 Massachusetts Innovation and Technology Exchange (MITX) award in the education and learning category. More than 1,000 Internet professionals were on hand for the annual awards ceremony, which honors interactive technology achievements in the New England area ... (details).

Help Us Pick Future Films (News)

October 30, 2008
The Mugar Omni Theater is showing some great films right now — The Greatest Places, Wild Ocean, and Adrenaline Rush: The Science of Risk, to name a few — but we want your help in picking future features. Please follow the link above to take a brief survey. On the final page, you'll have ... (details).

"Triceratops Cliff" Goes to the Doctor (News)

October 15, 2008
Just as children go in for a checkup before their first day of school, "Triceratops Cliff" paid a visit to Children's Hospital Boston this week for some routine X-rays and a CT scan. The feet and jaw of the 65-million-year-old fossil, which goes on display at the Museum on November 15, were carefully ... (details).

Science in Action: Live Presentations (News)

June 12, 2007
Come face-to-face with a falcon, witness an indoor lightning storm, discover the secrets behind magic tricks...all in one day. No, you're not dreaming — you're attending just a few of the live presentations held throughout the day, every day in the Exhibit Halls. Go to one, sample several, or build ... (details).
 

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