Explore Evolution

An exhibit produced for five university museums in Nebraska, Texas, Michigan, Kansas, and Oklahoma, Explore Evolution investigates evolutionary principles in a variety of life-forms. The exhibit profiles the current research of scientists who are making important discoveries about the evolution of life. Large touchable models, lavish illustrations, fossil specimens, and hands-on activities illustrate fundamental principles. From rapidly evolving HIV to whales that walked, this exhibit explores evolution in organisms ranging from the very smallest to the most immense.

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Explore Evolution
The exhibit focuses on seven research projects that have made a major contribution to our understanding of evolution.

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Explore Evolution
From rapidly evolving HIV to whales that walked, the public is invited to explore evolution in organisms ranging from the very smallest to the largest.

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Explore Evolution
This project was developed by a consortium of six museums working together with six statewide 4-H programs to make evolution research accessible to young people and the general public.
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