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Building Bridges Over Climate Divides

Building Bridges Over Climate Divides

A program launched four years ago offers lessons learned on how to have conversations about environmental changes in rural communities.

‘Miraculous’ Recoveries

‘Miraculous’ Recoveries

It’s been nearly three decades since she was floating on a ship in the North Atlantic, as anxious as a kid on Christmas morning to see what would be raised from the depths, but Rhonda Wozniak still talks as if she’s in the middle of it all. A Pittsburgh-based expert in marine objects conservation, she … Continued

Deep Dive on the Titanic

Deep Dive on the Titanic

An exhibition of items recovered from the famous shipwreck transports visitors to an earlier era and tells stories of lives lost.

Memory Keeping on the USS Requin

Memory Keeping on the USS Requin

Carnegie Science Center embarks on a massive undertaking to safeguard its Cold War-era submarine for future generations.

Sparking a Love of Science

Sparking a Love of Science

One donor hopes to expand opportunities for students to engage with STEM programming and the world around them.

Walking the Walk in Patagonia

Walking the Walk in Patagonia

A dinosaur expert at Carnegie Museum of Natural History continues on a journey 25 years in the making.

A Martian Garden Comes Alive

A Martian Garden Comes Alive

Edible plants grown as part of the Science Center’s Mars exhibition inspire ideas for sustainably producing healthy food in challenging environments.

Q+A: Doug DeHaven

Q+A: Doug DeHaven

In conversation with the mechatronics engineer at Carnegie Science Center.