Field Museum Announces Participation in Chicago’s March for Science

The Field Museum announces official participation in March for Science Chicago

The March for Science Chicago is proud to announce that The Field Museum of Natural History will participate in the March on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22. The Field Museum has been at the center of science in Chicago for over a century, inspiring curiosity in the city, contributing world-class research to the scientific community, and serving as an educational resource for visitors of all ages.

The March is a nonpartisan effort to show support for the scientific community and encourage curiosity and exploration, the heart of the scientific approach. The March for Science Chicago stands with The Field Museum, and its hundreds of scientists, to affirm and celebrate the importance of science in our everyday lives, in our community, and in our world.

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The Field Museum is the first local museum to announce its participation in the March for Science Chicago. The Museum will join over 30 thousand science enthusiasts, scientists, students, teachers, community leaders, and their friends and families, to come together in Chicago, take a stand, and lead a new conversation about science.

The March will take place on April 22, with more details to be released in the coming weeks. For updates, follow the March for Science Chicago on Facebook and Twitter.