MICRO is building a fleet of six-foot-tall science museums that are installed in unexpected places from transit hubs to hospital museums. Our museums can reach everyone, everywhere.

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The Smallest Mollusk Museum

They look like aliens. Their ranks are legion. Enormous monsters who preyed on our ancestors. Tentacled beasts who spawn millions in minutes. They have spread to thrive in every habitat on earth.

Prepare for a journey into the world of the mollusk: a group of invertebrates that has produced the oldest animal alive, the hardest biological material, and a lot of slime.

Humanity. Mollusks. An epic battle for survival.

Straighten your spine, vertebrate. Things are about to get weird.

Visit the Smallest Mollusk Museum online here.

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The Perpetual Motion Museum

For a thousand years, humans have lost fortunes and ruined lives trying to cheat the laws of nature. Now it’s your turn.

What would happen if you built a machine that created free energy, forever?

Welcome to The Perpetual Motion Museum, a place of invisible jiggles and our age-old struggle to harness and understand energy.

Now in prototype, MICRO’s new physics and engineering museum will be released in 2019.

Visit the Perpetual Motion Museum online here.

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