ALBUQUERQUE (AP) - The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science inAlbuquerque will soon have a new permanent exhibition dedicated toa new look at the origins of life.
The exhibit is possible thanks to a grant from the NationalScience Foundation and a collaboration led by the Santa FeInstitute. The grant is worth more than $160,000.
The exhibit is called Emergence: A New View of Life's Origins.It's scheduled to open in May 2011. It will replace the museum'scurrent origins exhibit, which is now 25 years old.
Emergence is a joint project of scientists at the Santa FeInstitute, the Institute of Complex Adaptive Matter, media artsstudents at New Mexico Highlands University, Americorps, as well asstaff members from the Natural History Museum and the Department ofCultural Affairs.
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