Knowing firsthand how the informal learning adventures at Carnegie Science Center can help kids dream big, one donor couple wants to expand who has access.
Tag: Science & Nature
Four researchers at Carnegie Museum of Natural History recount what ignited their fervor for the natural world.
Astronomers are deploying the plucky rover and its helicopter sidekick to explore new parts of the red planet and learn whether alien organisms once lived there.
What could happen if we planned city projects with biodiversity in mind?
Forging her own path, Mary Dawson left her mark on paleontology. The many researchers she mentored continue the journey.
A retired museum scientist thinks big for the next generation.
We offer a new perspective on favorites from across Carnegie Museums.
The education teams at the four Carnegie Museums are partnering with area K–12 teachers to keep students inspired and teachers supported during an unusual year.
We spent the spring and summer watching yellow warblers at our favorite parks. Where are they now, and what could that mean for the sustainability of their future wintering habitats?
Carnegie Science Center celebrates the 100th birthday of its Tesla coil and the two men whose fearless ingenuity made it possible.