Tagged with "science"

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  1. Plants Are Up To Something

    Plants Are Up To Something

    Case Study

    by Karina White Published May 22 2007

    Plants Are Up To Something is a 16,000 square-foot exhibition full of spectacular plants and interactive exhibits. Our big idea: Use your scientific skills of observation, comparison, measurement, and analysis to understand the amazing things that...

  2. Making Models

    Making Models

    Case Study

    by Christine Reich Published April 18 2007

    For more than a decade, the Museum of Science was engaged in a major, long-term exhibition plan called "Science is an Activity" that aimed to engage visitors in activities that fostered science thinking skills. Making Models was the fourth and final...

  3. Parabolic Spinners

    Parabolic Spinners

    Case Study

    by Paul Orselli Published May 01 2007

    This exhibit started because we had some simple wooden spinning "turntables" we didn't know what to do with. (Prototyping 101: Keep lots of cool junk around. And duct tape. And 2-Ton Epoxy.) After fiddling around with attaching various containers...

  4. Preschool Launch Pad

    Preschool Launch Pad

    Case Study

    by Paul Orselli Published May 07 2007

    After the New York Hall of Science added a grand new building addition to its existing facilities, including a dedicated Preschool Gallery, many outdoor areas immediately adjacent to the new construction were underutilized. The Hall's Education...

  5. Skyscraper! Achievement and Impact

    Skyscraper! Achievement and Impact


    by Paul Orselli Published July 20 2007

    Given the monumental scope, both literally and figuratively, of the subject matter, the new Skyscaper exhibition at LSC delivers on both the design and content fronts. The visual design of the gallery is striking. Very large (and tall!)...

  6. The Science of Aliens

    The Science of Aliens


    by Andrea Bandelli Published May 13 2007

    I saw this traveling exhibition at the Museum of Science in Miami. The exhibition is produced by the production company of Science Museum in London "The Science of...". When I entered the first room in the exhibition I was a little confused. In the...

  7. systema metropolis

    systema metropolis


    by Lynda Kelly Published August 30 2007

    This exhibition forms part of the contemporary art program at the Natural History Museum, London (NHM). Timed to celebrate 300 years since Carl Linnaeus’s birth, it looks at how we make order from chaos through four field trips around London that were...

  8. Museo del Acero

    Museo del Acero

    Case Study

    by Sanya Pleshakov Published October 18 2007

    Some might have dismissed Blast Furnace No. 3 as an ageing, industrial relic. However Parque Fundidora envisioned a spectacular educational facility—part science center, part museum, part thrill ride—inside its crumbling walls. Today, that dream has...

  9. Andrill


    Case Study

    by Graziano Scotto di Clemente Published November 23 2007

    Open day in the laboratories: Paleontology (micro and macro), Chronostratigraphy (paleomagnetism),Geochemistry and Petrology, Sedimentology,Drilling tecnology, with the scientists of Andrill Project in Mc Murdo Station. Some didactic exhibits for...

  10. Science Discovery at Yayasan

    Science Discovery at Yayasan

    Case Study

    by Laura Davies Published February 24 2008

    AquaticaKK is an Aquarium and Science Discovery Centre currently under construction in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo and is scheduled to open later this year. The free Exhibition at Yayasan Sabah was held for the week following Chinese New...

  11. Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination

    Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination

    Case Study

    by Ed Rodley Published March 07 2008

    The Museum of Science, Boston, in collaboration with Lucasfilm, Ltd. created a national traveling exhibition on science and technology themes depicted in the Star Wars movies. The exhibition builds upon the popular attraction of the Star Wars movies to...

  12. Tree Top Walkway and Rhizotron

    Tree Top Walkway and Rhizotron

    Case Study

    by Will Jackson Published July 23 2008

    In 2007 we were commissioned to provide creative installations for the new Tree Top Walkway, Rhizotron passageway and Plaza at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, London. When I first started thinking about this exciting project…doodling on the back...

  13. Invisible World

    Invisible World

    Case Study

    by Henrik Treimo Published May 12 2009

    Invisible World presents images of parts and processes in the body which are too small, too fast or too slow to be seen without using advanced visualizing technology. Combining this with displayed “key objects”, installations, films and interviews...

  14. Beautiful Science: Ideas that Changed the World

    Beautiful Science: Ideas that Changed the World

    Case Study

    by Karina White Published June 22 2009

    "Beautiful Science" is a permanent, 2500sf library exhibition that aims to present highlights from the history of science in intriguing and accessible ways. Our primary goal: To make a (truly) engaging library exhibition, bringing the books &...