The new Biological Sciences Building, which is also the new home for the Museum of Natural History, was in the spotlight recently with dedication ceremonies for both facilities. Check out photos from the April 11 event at the BSB and the April 14 grand opening of the museum.
The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History has announced it will reopen to the public April 14 in a brand-new building.
Favorite displays and specimens will mix with new exhibits in a state-of-the-art learning facility that combines billions of years of natural history with cutting-edge scientific research.
Spanning 312,000 square feet in the heart of Central Campus, the University of Michigan’s new Biological Sciences Building will serve as a hub of scientific innovation and give the public an opportunity to discover science in action.
From exploring the uncharted frontier of robotics to giving liberal arts students a way to connect their studies to their goals, the University of Michigan’s current slate of construction and renovation projects will provide faculty, staff and students new spaces to become the leaders and best.