Please note: tickets should be purchased in advance.
Posted: March 4, 2021

An Unjust Evolution

Learn more about two papers recently published by the University of Richmond in collaboration with the Museum which explore the relationships between temperature, air quality, socio-demographic factors, and historical planning decisions for the City of Richmond.

An Unjust Evolution
Posted: February 4, 2021

Question Your World: What do chili peppers and solar technology have in common?

What do the alternative rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers have in common with solar technology? Umm, maybe not a lot. But what do hot chili peppers and solar technology have in common? Something really interesting, actually!

Question Your World: What do chili peppers and solar technology have in common?
Posted: November 5, 2020

Question Your World: How can we address Earth’s plastic pollution?

What do you get when you combine enzymes MHETase and PETase? MHETase-PETase, the super enzyme! Why is it so super? Because it could help address Earth’s plastic pollution!

Question Your World: How can we address Earth’s plastic pollution?
Posted: November 4, 2020

Celebrating Arbor Day by Exploring the Importance of Richmond’s Trees

Richmond's Arbor Day holiday recognizes the importance of trees, and is a great time to learn about trees, how they are managed using urban forestry and how you can get some for your community.

Celebrating Arbor Day by Exploring the Importance of Richmond’s Trees
Posted: October 15, 2020

Bridging Scientific Data and Lived Experiences to Equitably Prepare for Climate Change

New federal grant funds will support community nonprofits collaborating to equitably develop green resiliency strategies with Richmond communities.

Bridging Scientific Data and Lived Experiences to Equitably Prepare for Climate Change