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“All we need…is to set the creative mind to work.”

George Washington Carver

Nauticus welcomes the THE CREATIVE MIND to Norfolk! A traveling exhibit that celebrates the contributions of African Americans to medicine, mathematics, engineering, and all branches of science, it highlight’s some of today’s and notable figures from the past’ outstanding careers and achievements.

The exhibit consists of seven colorful panels—an introduction and separate panels focused on medicine, mathematics, engineering, biological sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences.

Ticket Details:

– FREE for Nauticus Members
– Included in General Admission Ticket ($15.95/adult* & $11.50/child* *plus tax)

Medicine

From the world’s first heart surgery to the latest advances in medical science, African American physicians have long been on the leading edge of medicine.

Mathematics

Through theories, calculations and statistics, mathematicians seek to understand and address problems of human behavior, economics, technology, and the universe.

Social Sciences

Social scientists study human culture and society, often looking to causes and consequences of behavior and applying scientific methods of analysis.

Physical Sciences

In the physical sciences, innovative interdisciplinary fields offer exciting potential for creative solutions to problems of the 21st century.

Biological Sciences

Biological scientists study living organisms – from the sub-cellular level to ecosystems of the biosphere – and research possibilities of life beyond Earth.

Engineering

Engineers work creatively to design technological systems, products, and structures that affect our lives and shape the future.

Medicine

From the world’s first heart surgery to the latest advances in medical science, African American physicians have long been on the leading edge of medicine.

Mathematics

Through theories, calculations and statistics, mathematicians seek to understand and address problems of human behavior, economics, technology, and the universe.

Social Sciences

Social scientists study human culture and society, often looking to causes and consequences of behavior and applying scientific methods of analysis.

Physical Sciences

In the physical sciences, innovative interdisciplinary fields offer exciting potential for creative solutions to problems of the 21st century.

Biological Sciences

Biological scientists study living organisms – from the sub-cellular level to ecosystems of the biosphere – and research possibilities of life beyond Earth.

Engineering

Engineers work creatively to design technological systems, products, and structures that affect our lives and shape the future.