Ground Floor Gallery
April 16, 2016 - January 25, 2017
Can a fish improve our lives? It can if it is a robofish! Dr. Xiaobo Tan's team at the MSU College of Engineering developed robotic fish that swim through water, interacting with live fish and gathering data that allow scientists to monitor and respond to environmental conditions. Learn more about this cutting edge research and send a robofish on a data mission in the demonstration tank at the MSU Museum. Learn more on MSU Today. ¬†¬†
The MSU Museum features three floors and 15 galleries of long-term and changing exhibitions that showcase museum objects, artifacts and specimens, as well as new collections acquisitions, traveling exhibitions, and innovative research by MSU faculty and students. The science and culture museum at MSU serves as a vibrant point of intersection, where visitors can engage around diverse ideas, knowledge and research.
View Ice Fishing Decoys on Flickr from MSU Museum's History Collection in honor of the "Robofish Rendezvous" exhibit!