Paleo Lab Treasure: Thalattosaur

While Dinosaurs Unearthed is on exhibit this summer, you can find real dinosaurs and other prehistoric animal fossils and bones in OMSI's Paleontology Lab. 

When Greg Carr started volunteering at OMSI in December 2012, he was part of a package deal. Greg followed his once-in-a-lifetime fossil discovery “Bernie” to the Paleontology Lab. What makes this jumbled collection of bones so special? These are the oldest bones ever found in Oregon.

Making Monsters

OMSI is taking Science on the move! Did you see a chicken coop at the Rose Quarter or a monster-making kiosk at the Gresham transit center? Wondering what this is all about? Both experiences are part of OMSI's Science on the Move project funded by the National Science Foundation. The goal of the project is to explore innovative ways to engage adults in science learning outside of museums.

25 Things You Didn't Know About OMSI: Part V

While there’s plenty to see and do at the museum, there’s a lot that people don’t know and never see. Whether it’s a program you didn’t know existed or a fun piece of OMSI history, there are plenty of stories to tell.

OMSI on Hassalo Street 

25 Things You Didn't Know About OMSI: Part IV

While there’s plenty to see and do at the museum, there’s a lot that people don’t know and never see. Whether it’s a program you didn’t know existed or a fun piece of OMSI history, there are many stories to tell!

25 Things You Didn't Know About OMSI: Part III

While there’s plenty to see and do at the museum, there’s a lot that people don’t know and never see. Whether it’s a program you didn’t know existed or a fun piece of OMSI history, there are many stories to tell!

I’d like to thank our resident curator, Lori Erickson, for her help in digging through the OMSI archives and collections room to uncover these hidden gems.

The Art of the Muppets 

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