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PNC and Cranbrook Institute of Science Present National Geographic’s “Women of Vision” Exhibition

Contact:

Robert J. Darmanin
(248) 729-8478
robert.darmanin@pnc.com

Stephen Pagnani
Cranbrook Educational Community
(248) 645-3224
(248) 978-5362 cell
spagnani@cranbrook.edu

PNC and Cranbrook Institute of Science Present National Geographic’s “Women of Vision” Exhibition

Southeast Michigan to be First Midwest Stop on Multi-City Tour

PNC BRINGING NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC “WOMEN OF VISION” PHOTO EXHIBITION TO CRANBROOK INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE

PNC BRINGING national Geographic “WOMEN OF VISION” PHOTO exhibition to CRANBROOK INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE

PNC Chooses Southeast Michigan to be First Midwest Stop on Six-City Tour

SCIENCE TALKS-A LECTURE SERIES: Wet & Wild

Wet & Wild
Restoring Native Fish Habitat
Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014
Aquatic Ecologist Matt Herbert will talk about techniques and strategies used to reduce the impacts from aquatic invasive species and improve habitat for native fish to bolster their populations.

Dinosaurs - The Lost World

Dinosaurs - The Lost World Brings the Cretaceous to Cranbrook!

Summer roars into Cranbrook Institute of Science when the Dinosaurs - The Lost World opens to the public on July 12. Taking the visitor back to the Late Cretaceous Period between 90 and 66 million years ago, The Lost World includes more than 60 life-sized mounts of research quality casts and real skeletons, five types of fossil eggs, skin impressions, plants, and invertebrates displayed in three galleries covering over 6,000 square feet.

Local wildlife expert wins State and National Awards

April 2, 2013 - Bloomfield Hills, MI – Local wildlife expert, Rob Mies, recently was honored for his outstanding partnership with the Wildlife Division of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the winner of the United States Forest Service Wings Across the Americas Bat Conservation Award.

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