Biology News
At Fitchburg Art Museum, visions fantastic and so very real (SLIDESHOW) - Sentinel & Enterprise

Sentinel & Enterprise
Boston-based artist Joo Lee Kang stood in the Fitchburg Art Museum Thursday morning preparing one of her pieces for the exhibit's opening reception on Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m.. Kang, who is from South Korea, creates detailed pen-and-ink drawings ...

Las Cruces asks Mesilla Valley residents to help shape new exhibit ... - Santa Fe New Mexican

Santa Fe New Mexican
Interactive exhibit at the Branigan Cultural Center that runs through March 17 is designed to help start a conversation about the region's history, culture and identity, and will help shape.

Lonza to Present Latest Research into More Physiologically Relevant ADME-Tox Models at the Society of Toxicology ... - The Scientist

The Scientist
On Monday, 12 March, from 10:45 am–12:15 pm in the Exhibit Hall, Magdalene Stosik, Senior Scientist RND-Cell Biology at Lonza, will describe how the Quasi Vivo® Culture System can improve metabolism and hepatotoxicity studies. While animal models are ...

NLM's Frankenstein Exhibit

Rockville - United States

The Frankenstein novel, and its films, seen through the modern topic of medical ethics. From the U.S. National Library of Medicine, Maryland.

Vertebrate Flight Exhibit
United States

Explores the physics of vertebrate flight, with particular emphasis on its origins and evolution.

Jane and David Allen Manatee Exhibit
United States

Information about research being done by the Mote Marine Laboratory in Florida. Studies include tests for the animal's visual acuity, whisker sensitivity, and lung capacity.

Woodchuck - Fermilab Flora and Fauna Exhibit
United States

Information about the woodchuck, Marmota monax, is also called the groundhog or the whistle-pig.