Museum Exhibits

Our data are not only crucial for improving conservation measures for sharks and rays on coral reefs around the world, they are also visually engaging. This helps us communicate our science effectively to the communities in which we work. You can visit our interactive exhibits at two separate locations:

 

The Living Computers: Museum + Labs in Seattle, Washington provides a one-of-a-kind, hands-on experience with computer technology from the 1960s to the present. Come in. Geek Out. Find us in the “Big Data” section, where you can dive into our work and discover what it’s like to analyze video data. See what a baited remote underwater video frame looks like and enjoy a life-size shark model constructed entirely of smaller 3D-printed sharks and rays.

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The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a leading science museum dedicated to sharing the power of science, sparking wonder and investigation, and fueling innovation for the future. Located in Downtown Miami’s waterfront Museum Park, Frost Science is divided into four buildings, the Frost Planetarium, Aquarium, and North and West Wings. You can find our exhibit across from the “Feathers to the Stars” gallery on the other side of the breezeway on the 3rd floor. Interact with our videos and learn how our scientists are working to save coral reef sharks and rays around the world. 

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One of our BRUV watching hubs, the Aquarium of the Pacific now hosts an exhibit all about Global FinPrint. Visit the “Learning Lab” at Southern California’s largest aquarium. With a mission to instill a sense of wonder, respect, and stewardship for the Pacific Ocean, its inhabitants, and ecosystems, we can’t think of a better place to learn more about our partnership and how we’ve teamed up with citizen scientists to analyze one of the largest shark and ray datasets in the world!

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Living Computers: Museum + Labs

Aquarium of the Pacific

Frost Science