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Imaging the Codex Xolotl and Mapa Quinatzin
August 23, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

Imaging the Codex Xolotl and Mapa Quinatzin at the Bibliothèque National de France, Paris, 14-15 June, 2016 Written by Jerome A. Offner, Ph.D, HMNS Associate Curator, Northern Mesoamerica On June 14 and 15, Dr. Antonino Cosentino of Cultural Heritage Science Open Source and I were able to carry out technical photography of the Codex Xolotl […]

Glow on, get happy! Join HMNS this Friday for a fun-filled night of light at LaB 5555: GLOW
November 26, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

Whether they’re toys that shine in the night, black lights, glow sticks or fireflies, things that produce an eerie glow are fascinating. Give a kid a glow-in-the-dark toy or paper her ceiling in dimly shining plastic stars, and she will be occupied forever. She’ll find ever brighter lights to charge them up, ever darker places […]

Texas Wins Big: NEED State Program of the Year
July 10, 2009 · 3 Comments

NEED – the National Energy Education Development Project – is an organization that teaches people how to teach about energy. Even though the concept of energy education might sound simple at first – too many people think that if they teach about one energy source, they’re teaching about energy in general. In the NEED Primary Science of Energy […]

Sept. Flickr Photo of the Month: Museum Reflected
September 23, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

Our science museum is lucky enough to have talented and enthusiastic people who visit us every day – wandering our halls, grounds and satellite facilities, capturing images of the wonders on display here that rival the beauty of the subjects themselves. Thankfully, many share their photos with us and everyone else in our HMNS Flickr […]



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