“From DNA to Beer” explores some of the processes, problems, and potential inherent in technologies that use microorganisms for health and commercial purposes. Over the past two centuries, scientists, in partnership with industry, have developed techniques using and modifying life forms like yeast, molds, and bacteria, to create a host of new therapies and produce better foods and beverages.
The Bio-Medical library is hosting the “Yoga ON and OFF the wall” photography collection as the next installment in its rotating Art@Bio-Med exhibit series. In this exhibit, Artists Nancy Charkin and Laurie Ellis-Young share their worldly adventures, using their art as a means of illustrating the synergy between yoga and friendship.
"Bitten! Climate Change & Insect-Borne Disease," a traveling exhibit from Yale University's Peabody Museum of Natural History, will be featured at the University of Minnesota Libraries' Natural Resources Library March 28 through April 29, 2016.
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The exhibit "The Landscape Legacy of Dan Kiley" features a photo retrospective of Kiley's life and career. The exhibit is open March 25 through July 22, 2016 at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, 210 Rapson Hall.
The Performing Arts Archives celebrates the Children's Theatre Company's 50th Anniversary Season with a look inside the company's groundbreaking history of iconic productions, international touring, community partnerships, and educational programming. Open through May 27.
This exhibit celebrates the acquisition of the more recent records of the Whittington Press, an internationally acclaimed letterpress printer located in Gloucestershire, England that Governor Elmer L. Andersen heralded as “the outstanding press in the world.” The exhibit is open February 1 through May 13, 2016 at the T.R. Anderson Gallery, Wilson Library, fourth floor.
The fight for same-sex marriage began on May 18, 1970, when Jack Baker and Michael McConnell applied for a marriage license in Minneapolis. This exhibit explores Baker and McConnell’s efforts and the letters of support and opposition they received from around the world. The exhibit is open January 11 through April 29, 2016 at Elmer L. Andersen Library, Atrium Gallery.
From 16th-century recipes to Louis Pasteur’s groundbreaking microbial investigations of fermentation, this exhibit explores the historical health and medical relevance of beer, wine, spirits, and more.