Natural History

Journey to the Arctic opens in Cincinnati Museum Center’s new OMNIMAX Film

Journey to the Arctic opens in Cincinnati Museum Center’s new OMNIMAX Film

CINCINNATI – Since 1990, Cincinnati Museum Center’s OMNIMAX Theater has taken you to places you might not get the opportunity to visit – or even dare to go! Our 61st film, To The Arctic, is no different, transporting you to one of the most remote and spectacularly beautiful places in the world. Opening April 20, […]

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National Museum of Natural History opens To the Arctic 3D on April 20

Smithsonian Theaters presents its newest giant-screen film, To the Arctic 3D, opening at the National Museum of Natural History’s Johnson IMAX Theater April 20. The 40-minute documentary adventure tells the ultimate tale of survival, taking audiences on a journey into the lives of a mother polar bear and her 7-month-old cubs as they navigate the […]

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Wellcome Collection opens Brains. The mind as matter

Wellcome Collection opens Brains. The mind as matter

The Wellcome Collection presents Brains. The mind as matter an exhibition on view 29 March–17 June 2012. Brainbow Mouse Digital photomicrograph, Jean Livet, Joshua R Sanes and Jeff Lichtman, 2007 Lichtman Lab, Harvard University Wellcome Collection’s major new exhibition looks at one of the most complex entities in the universe. Brains: The mind as matter […]

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Wellcome Collection presents The treasures of Henry Wellcome

The Wellcome Collection presents The treasures of Henry Wellcome, an exhibition on view through 20 May 2012. From a pair of wax hands to a shrunken head and from ivory anatomical figures to an executioner’s mask, a new display of photographs by Thom Atkinson in the windows of the Wellcome Trust celebrates the remarkable collection […]

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Natural History Museum Displays Prehistoric Snake Replica and Fossil of 60-Million-Year-Old Snake

A 48 feet long realistic replica of the world’s largest snake is on exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History until Jan. 6, 2013. Sixty million years ago, in the era after the mass extinction of the dinosaurs, scientists believe that a colossal snake related to modern boa constrictors thrived in a hot […]

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Academy of Natural Sciences Light Show

Academy of Natural Sciences Light Show

The Academy of Natural Sciences Drexel University is presenting a Light Show taking place at the Academy every night through March 27 in celebration of the Academy’s Bicentennial! The five-minute show on the Academy’s historic façade on Logan Circle features color-changing LED light technology coupled with animated laser images from the Academy’s renowned collections of […]

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Kalamazoo Institute of Arts opens Birds of a Feather. John Costin and John James Audubon

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts opens Birds of a Feather. John Costin and John James Audubon

The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts presents irds of a Feather. John Costin and John James Audubon, an exhibition on view March 24 – June 24, 2012. John Costin, Anhinga, 1998, hand-colored etching from the Large Florida Birds portfolio Collection of the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Gift of Brent Garback and Linda Tremblay Separated by roughly […]

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