MICRO’s new Perpetual Motion Museum is open to the public in Rockefeller Center!
October 16, 2019
ALL OUR THANKS…
…to the incredible scientists, historians, and artists who are working on, brainstorming, wrangling, losing heat over, and adding facts to the Perpetual Motion Museum, including:
Brian Koberlein, senior lecturer, physics, Rochester Institute of Technology. Paul M. Sutter, cosmological researcher, Department of Astronomy, Ohio State University. Moiya McTier, astrophysicist extra-ordinaire. CREE distinguished professor Shuji Nakamura, University of California, Santa Barbara. Tal Margalith, executive director of technology, California NanoSystems Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara. Nathan Lewis, professor of chemistry, Caltech. Adam Brown, physics research associate, Stanford University. Daniel Busby, Andy Baker, Chris Weisbart and the whole crew of mad engineers and dreamers at Two Bit Circus.Rina Shkrabova, engineer. Anselm Levskaya, physics wrangling. Gaia Donati, associate editor, Springer Nature. Beau Burrows, future wife, zoetrope spinner. Robb Godshaw, artist and wrangler. Pamela Parker, graphic designer. And of course, the incredible Russ Etheridge, animator.
You can find the museum in Rockefeller Center’s Grand Concourse, opposite the BDFM Subway entrance.
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