Science - we dig it - and we're guessing that since you're here,
you do too. We're also guessing that you've got lots of
questions. Things like, why do crystal jellyfish glow green, did
dinosaurs really have feathers, and will pond scum become the new
It's questions like these that caused us to create the Denver
Museum of Nature & Science social media networks and blog. We'd
like to start a conversation with you - a conversation about
science that's easy and available to anyone who's ever asked the
It's a conversation that's already begun in some cases -
visitors talking with docents, students talking with teachers, or
people just talking with one another while walking around in the
exhibit halls. Our goal is to extend those chats onto the
Web, so that even more people can be included in the discussion,
and even more knowledge can be gathered and gained.
The main thing is we want to hear from you.
We'll do our part by giving you a look inside the Museum world -
everything from sneak peeks on new exhibitions to what's happening
with us in the world of science. All we need from you is what
you think, what you know, and what you dig about science.
In other words, we're glad you're here. Now the conversation can
really get started.
Welcome, and happy posting!
As an education-based organization, we believe in the importance
of open exchange and learning. In order to maintain a family
friendly and respectful environment, we do moderate comments made
on our social media networks and blogs. While most comments will
remain posted if they are on-topic and not abusive, moderating
decisions are subjective. We will make them as carefully and
consistently as we can.
We are dedicated to providing our visitors with a quality
experience - whether it be online or at the Museum. We will address
all constructive criticisms quickly and efficiently as long as they
are not abusive, offensive, inappropriate, profane (including
expletives and letters followed by dashes) or illegal.