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Exploring Evolution: Discovering How Life Changes

Siena Heights University is hosting a participatory science exhibit on Exploring Evolution through the month of October.

Human skull.jpgSiena Heights University is hosting a participatory science exhibit on Exploring Evolution through the month of October. Come and feel fossil impressions of the Archaeopteryx fossil and compare its features to dinosaurs and birds. Arrange fossil human skulls to test various patterns of human evolution, and see how Teddy Bears have changed over time to 'adapt' to the selection pressures of the commercial marketplace. Exploring Evolution presents this fundamental, unifying principle of biology in a fun, participatory, and challenging way.

This modular, participatory exhibit includes 13 panels with interactive displays, models, and a Life Through Time puzzle. The exhibit is free and open to the public through October 31, and is located in and around room 128 of the Science Building on the campus of Siena Heights University. For more information call (517) 264-7649 or email jtsuji@sienahts.edu.

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