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Discovery Times Square Video 2017-06-30 15:11

NOW OPEN in The Oculus Westfield World Trade Center. See more than 34 of Renaissance masterpieces at life size in UP CLOSE: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. Audio guides available with more than 45+ minutes of historical content for an unforgettable experience in downtown Manhattan! Now thru Jul...
Travel The World In Under 90 Minutes At Times Square Exhibit

Travel The World In Under 90 Minutes At Times Square Exhibit

Travel The World In Under 90 Minutes At Times Square Exhibit: Travel the World in 90 Minutes or Less! Check out this fun tour Chasing News did of Gulliver's Gate! Share this and save on tickets through Sunday with code MEMDAY17

Welcome to Gulliver's Gate - Discovery Times Square 2017-04-14 16:44

Welcome to Gulliver's Gate: We're beyond excited to announce this new Exhibition:
Welcome to Gulliver's Gate! Now in previews, Gulliver's Gate is unlike anything you've ever experienced! The team at this new Times Square permanent attraction are busy working to get ready for th...
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American Museum of Natural History Photo 2017-09-25 00:34

Gloomy octopuses (aka common Sydney octopuses, or Octopus tetricus) have generally been thought to be loners. But in recent years, researchers have been stumbling on sites where multiple cephalopods appear to be living together in settlements. The first site, dubbed Octopolis, was described in 2009 and considered a fluke facilitated by a human-made object. But the latest discovery of a second site, called Octlantis, off the coast of eastern Australia complicates the common view of octopuses as solitary animals. Octlantis is populated by 10-15 cephalopods who have been observed interacting with each other through posturing, chasing, and color changes--or, more forcefully, by evicting each other from dens.

American Museum of Natural History Photo 2017-09-24 14:57

Most amphibians start out in water but grow up to live on land--but not axolotls. These astonishing salamanders don’t change the way other amphibians do. They stick to their watery habitat--freshwater channels and lakes near Mexico City--their whole lives, and hang on to their larval features, including their gills, the feathery structures on either side of the head. Axolotls also have the amazing ability to regrow entire limbs. They experience no scarring, receive transplanted organs without rejecting them, and can even recover from injuries as grievous as a crushed spinal cord! Scientists are working to identify the genes involved in axolotls’ incredible regenerative abilities in hopes of one day applying what they learn to medicine.

Glenn Lowry , The Big Interview 67 - Radio

“...When you’re doing an installation in a gallery, you have a host of works of art that are fascinating and interesting. Choosing which ones will talk to each other constructively, that a visitor who walks into that space who knows nothing about any of those artists will say, 'I know what they’re saying, I get this conversation, and I want to learn more'—That’s the goal.” 🔊 Our director Glenn Lowry shares the important role museums play in enriching public life with Monocle 24 - Radio.