The big news is TNHM is going international – we’re travelling to the Cayman Islands and will be bringing you a taster of just some of the action via facebook and blog posts!
Dinoman will be touring round all the schools on the islands with a huge case of fossils and large dinosaur exhibits. Covering every single primary school in Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac! It’s the first time something like this has been delivered and we’re delighted to have been invited! Dinoman will also be a guest speaker at the Island’s STEM CARIB 2019 Conference
entitled THE FUTURE IS NOW.
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) conference is a collaboration with Harrisburg University and will be held at UCCI’s Sir Vassel Johnson Hall. Students will be able to interact with the future through unique speakers and experiential rooms from October 8-11, 2019. The theme “The Future is now” embraces technology and is designed to be highly interactive, including topics that will capture student’s imagination. The conference will give students an introduction to areas that are taking the world by storm such as forensic science, home automation, aquaponics, drones and a robotic experience room.
Primary school students will also be treated to a Travelling Natural history museum. Bringing this event will allow students a chance to experience a one-on-one presentation of historical artefacts, fossils and Life size replicas.
It is a huge honour to be scheduled as the last speaker on the event schedule, bringing the fair to an exciting finale and close.
We are super excited to be taking with us and launching a host of sensational new dinosaur artefacts including:
- Full size 1:5 metre long T REX
- 3d replica skull on a rotating table. It’s seriously big! And the first of its kind in the world and looks amazing
Watch this space for more info, images and video from the trip