April 12, 2021

Museum of Natural History

  1. April 6, 2021

    Online exhibit offers 3-D encounters with prehistoric whales

    Although the community will have to wait a bit longer to safely visit in-person, a new online 3-D experience launching this week the U-M Museum of Natural History will offer the next best thing.

  2. November 9, 2020

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  3. November 2, 2020

    Museum of Natural History reopening to U-M community next week

    The U-M Museum of Natural History will welcome back faculty, staff and students beginning Nov. 8. At this time, children, family and members of the public without a valid Mcard will not be able to visit.

  4. September 23, 2019

    Museum of Natural History to open next phase with exhibits, hands-on labs

    The U-M Museum of Natural History announced recently it will open the second half of the museum, adding three new exhibits and labs for visitors Nov. 10.

  5. April 12, 2019

    Biological Sciences Building and Museum of Natural History dedication

    The new Biological Sciences Building and the Museum of Natural History were in the spotlight recently as dedication ceremonies were conducted for both facilities.

  6. February 6, 2019

    U-M to unveil new home for Museum of Natural History April 14

    The U-M Museum of Natural History has announced it will reopen to the public April 14 in its new home at the university’s new Biological Sciences Building.

  7. September 4, 2018

    Biological Sciences Building showcases science to the world

    Spanning 312,000 square feet in the heart of Central Campus, U-M’s new Biological Sciences Building will serve as a hub of scientific innovation and give the public an opportunity to discover science in action.

  8. July 2, 2018

    Campus briefs

    News from around the university.

  9. March 14, 2018

    Museum acquires lifelike reconstruction of human relative

    U-M’s new Museum of Natural History will feature a life-size, hyperrealistic sculptural reconstruction of an extinct human relative that roamed southern Africa 2 million years ago.

  10. March 21, 2017

    Museum of Natural History shares plans for closing, new location

    The Museum of Natural History has announced special events to mark the Dec. 31 closing of its current location in the Ruthven Museums Building, and opening celebrations for a new facility next door.