The Museum was recently awarded $1 million from the National Institutes of Health Science Education Partnership Award Program to conduct citizen science-based research about taste, one of the largest research grants in the Museum’s history.
The new sculpture Snowmastodon was officially dedicated in its new home on the northwest corner of the Museumin late October 2015.
Wading around in deep mud on a cold day does'nt sound like conditions to inspire a generous gift to the Museum, however, this wasn’t just any mud.
The dedication of the Boettcher Plaza is in recognition of the Boettcher Foundation’s decades-long history of supporting the Museum.
Kaiser Permanente Colorado is the proud sponsor of the Discovery Zone and a corporate partner at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
Thanks to the generosity of Tim and Kathryn Ryan, exclusive opportunities are available only through the KT Challenge.
More than 250 generous supporters of Inspire Curiosity! raised $168,000 that will help the Museum inspire the many visitors who will enjoy the new Morgridge Family Exploration Center for years to come.
Paul Rosen and his wife, Harriet, donated the seed money for Teen Science Scholars and helped select the first class of scholars.
A donation of 23 Guanyin figures by Rita Bass Coors and William Coors will help visitors learn more about the Chinese Buddhist religion.
The Tim and Kathryn Ryan Earth Sciences Fund is dedicated to supporting the Museum's Earth Sciences Department and institutes the first endowed curator position at the Museum.
The Hikers exhibit in Expedition Health was made possible by longtime Museum supporters Steve and Kathy McConahey and their family.