It’s no tale that the days of “Planet Shark: Predator or Prey” are swimming by. The interactive touring exhibition closes at the Science Museum of Virginia...
The Science Museum of Virginia is offering Virginia state employees a 30 percent discount on the organization's Supernova-level membership.
Guests can dive in to Jaws-Dropping STEM fun. When you're FINished you'll know a lot more and have all your limbs.
The Science Museum of Virginia’s free, noon-time Lunch Break Science series features two speakers focusing on shark-related topics and one speaker highlighting dinosaur skin this month.
A tree-lined allée paralleling Broad Street will enhance the pedestrian experience along this busy thoroughfare while buffering traffic activity, sequestering carbon and managing stormwater.
Learn about Baby shark, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo. Baby shark! Mommy shark doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo. Mommy shark! Daddy shark, doo, doo,...
GRTC and Science Museum collaboration elevates the conversation about the importance of regional greenspace.
Skin: Living Armor, Evolving Identity will open on April 30th and explores both the scientific properties of different types of human and animal skin as well...
“Great Bear Rainforest” opened in The Dome April 1st and it bears repeating that you shouldn't hibernate on this one. Don't furget to go check it out.
The Science Museum of Virginia's very own Life Scientist Dr. Catherine Franssen will be covering a variety of pandemic subjects.