Tagged with "biology"

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  1. Wild Music: Sounds & Songs of Life

    Wild Music: Sounds & Songs of Life

    Case Study

    by Wendy Pollock Published April 10 2007

    Wild Music explores evidence for the biological origins of music through highly interactive exhibits and exceptional sound experiences—and in the process, expands our understandings of what makes music.

  2. Hunters of the Sky

    Hunters of the Sky

    Case Study

    by Adele Binning Published February 06 2009

    Hunters of the Sky was a 5,000-7,000 sq. ft. exhibit. It consisted of about 100 exhibit components including a combination of interactives that helped visitors explore flight, anatomy, diet and other aspects of raptor biology, display cases with...

  3. Life

    Life

    Review

    by Jessimi Jones Published December 31 2010

    I made my visit to COSI with a high school intern that works at my museum. She had a homework assignment to complete for a Physics class and was interested in using some of the science exhibitions to explore Physics concepts in action, and I had been...

  4. The Butterfly Conservatory

    The Butterfly Conservatory

    Review

    by Natalie Tahsler Published March 24 2011

    The Butterfly Conservatory at the American Museum of Natural History is an annual fully immersive exhibit. As you enter the hall (the Hall of Oceanic Birds which was once full of bird dioramas that still peek out from behind the Butterfly wall texts),...

  5. Les survivants de l'extrême - Extreme survival

    Les survivants de l'extrême - Extreme survival

    Review

    by Agnes RUIZ Published April 27 2011

    This traveling exhibition is currently presented at Palais de la découverte (Universcience) in Paris, France. I am not a specialist regarding animals, but I have to admit that I really enjoyed this exhibition! I visited it with two others adults...