In an ever changing world of newer and newer technology, the past sometimes seems very irrelevant. However, sometimes things that took place in the past serve as an amazing resource to help tackle tomorrow’s concerns. Why do scientists study history? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.
Science Museum of Virginia Outreach Educator and MiX Master Matt Baker participated in the VA Innovation Challenge Creation Series Make-a-thon at the Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia.
Our eyes are our mind’s window to the world. Over time the body will naturally change the way our eyes function and sometimes genetics will do the same as well. Among the various conditions that involve the eye, cataracts is one that has received a lot of attention over the years. How can we cure cataracts? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.
The Science Museum of Virginia puts “Science Within Reach” for underserved youth across the Commonwealth. As part of their outreach program and mission to “Inspire Virginians to enrich their lives through science,” the Museum hosts week-long summer camps for youth in the Richmond area.
Magic show hypnotists and neurologists have at least one thing in common. Both spend a lot of time trying to learn more about how to control the brain. For hypnotists, this difficult task involves medallions and soft spoken commands, but neurologists require some pretty mind blowing technology. A recent study demonstrated how cutting edge technology has been used to begin to answer that age old question; can we control other people’s brains?