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.
Tag: Science & Nature
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.
An integrated approach to actionable, community-focused science is the way forward.
From ankylosaurs to thorny devils, a new exhibition celebrates the animals that have—again and again—evolved biological body armor.
Andre Samuel helps young Black students see themselves in science.
How we think goes a long way in determining what we think about science.
As diverse as their ages, interests, and talents, Carnegie Museums volunteers fill a variety of roles.
In conversation with the head of mollusks at Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
One donor fell so hard for Powdermill Nature Reserve that she’s spent decades helping to propel it forward.