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Carnegie Science Center unveils new mummy exhibit

By: Jordyn Honrec A plaque on the wall next to the case identifies the body as “MUMAB: The Maryland Mummy”. This mummy, as well as 39 other mummified human and animal remains, are a part of “Mummies of the World: The Exhibition”, a touring museum exhibition that has been seen by two million museum-goers worldwide. MUMAB is the “newest” mummy... Read More

Carnegie Science Center prepares for invasion of adults

By Alicia Green, Point Park News Service: Having the chance to be a kid again – all while learning about science and engaging with like-minded adults – is at the heart of the Carnegie Science Center’s 21+ Night program. “We always noticed when adults are here, especially if they’re here with their kids, (they’re) standing back and letting the kids... Read More

Carnegie Science Center opens doors for ’21+ Night’ event

By Yas Hatcher Point Park News Service Young adults are invited to discover the many animals living in the coral reef through a 2000 gallon ecosystem in the SeaScape exhibit. They can explore the how’s and why’s of science concepts such as magnetic forces, lasers and sound through hands on activities in the Exploration Station. Demonstrations teaching adults how glass... Read More