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Michigan-bred Vatican astronomer wins Carl Sagan Medal

Michigan-bred Vatican astronomer and Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno will become the first clergyman awarded one of planetary science's most prestigious awards, when on Thursday in Arizona he receives the Carl Sagan Medal.

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BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE CAST AND CREW BECOME FRIENDS OF BATS

The cast and crew of Batman V Superman share why it's important to Save the Bats!

Kresge Eye Institute Supports The Science of Sight, Light & Illusion

We would like to thank Kresge Eye Institute for their generous support of The Science of Sight, Light & Illusion.


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

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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

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