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  1. Secrets of Aging

    Secrets of Aging

    Case Study

    by Christine Reich Published November 16 2007

    Secrets of Aging explored what social science and biological research tells us about aging. There were four sections in this exhibit: Body, Mind, Society, and Longevity. The Body section provided information on how different parts of the body, such...

  2. Amazing Feats of Aging

    Amazing Feats of Aging

    Case Study

    by Vicki Coats Published February 20 2009

    Amazing Feats of Aging presents the biology of senescence to families and K–12 students through interactive exhibits and museum experiences. Senescence is perhaps the most complex and least understood biological process, yet it is also a universal...

  3. Eat Well, Play Well/Come Bien, Juega Bien (formerly Every Body Eats/Let's Get Active)

    Eat Well, Play Well/Come Bien, Juega Bien (formerly Every Body Eats/Let's Get Active)

    Case Study

    by Lori Erickson Published September 16 2009

    Eat Well, Play Well/Como Bien, Juega Bien consists of three bilingual (Spanish and English) traveling exhibitions. Two previous 800 square foot exhibitions, Every Body Eats and Let's Get Active, were combined to form Eat Well, Play Well. Eat Well, Play...

  4. Checking Our Pulse

    Checking Our Pulse

    Review

    by Sarra Scherb Published January 14 2011

    For an exhibit which takes up little more room than your first apartment, NAAM’s “Checking Our Pulse” manages to pack a hefty factual and emotional punch. Created as a collaboration between Seattle’s Swedish Hospital and the Northwest African...