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Most of August has been preparing for the installation of a new
fire suppression system in the Education Collections Storage
room. The new system is a standard VESDA pre-action system
that received funding from the 2007 Better Denver Campaign.
As part of this project, we had s…
Posted 08/23/2011 by Richard Busch
Saw over 500 kids over the past two days during the Scientist In
Action The Sky is Falling with Chris Peterson.
Watching the expressions on faces trying to hold a heavy iron
meteorite that fell 50,000 years ago and created Barringer
Meteorite Crater in Arizona was great!
Posted 05/18/2011 by Richard Busch
Here is a link to the United States Geological Survey's
Earthquake Hazards Program for anyone seeking more technical
information, or maps of the 8.9 quake that rocked the eastern coast
of Japan at about 10:46pm MST on March 10th 2011.
Posted 03/11/2011 by Richard Busch
Small pests called Dermestids caused this damage.
Dermestids are beetle larvae that eat dead and dried tissue -- that
which makes up these moths. The can also infest taxidermy
mounts, animal hides and skeletal material. As you can
see in this picture, they are fully capa…
Posted 03/01/2011 by Richard Busch
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