Carnegie Museums is home to some of the most significant collections in the world. Here we showcase some of the most compelling objects.
Tag: Science & Nature
With a new bird-banding center scheduled to open this summer and a slew of interdisciplinary projects in the works, Powdermill’s best is yet to come.
A new perspective on familiar offerings at Carnegie Museums.
By giving more kids access to STEM learning, one giving-minded couple wants all kids to have what theirs had: the freedom and the opportunity to explore.
Getting kids to view their world through critical thinking and a healthy dose of competition.
They’re finding ways to adapt to climate change, heal the earth, and build resilience in their communities. Carnegie Museum of Natural History joins them in asking: What role will you play?
Shining a light on how we humans affect the world around us—and how we can use that power for good.
What started as one donor’s passion project has made Carnegie Museum of Natural History more welcoming to more families.
Teaming up with the Science Center is another way Paul Duprex is spreading the word about infectious diseases and how vaccines work.
A new Science Center education program takes the science of hockey off the rink and into the classroom.