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The exhibition stages the “two souls” of Piero della Francesca, who was both an exquisite painter and a great mathematician.
Quebec City, Musée de la Civilisation (18.11.2021 - 11.09.2022)
This is a remake of the Homo Faber exhibition which was organized by the Museo Galileo in 1999 to reveal the extraordinary level of naturalistic, scientific and technical knowledge achieved in Pompeii and the Roman world on the eve of Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD.
Stia (AR), Museo dell’Arte della Lana (March 15, 2014 – June 30, 2018
An exhibition divided into two sections: antique bicycles from the Museo Galileo collections and the so-called “biciclette dei mestieri” from Marco Paoletti’s collection.
Sansepolcro (AR), Museo Civico (14.03.2019 - 24.02.2020)
A new venue of the exhibition at the Museo Civico in Sansepolcro.
In the 19th century the use of the new technique of photography led to noteworthy changes in the practice of science. Visitors to this exhibition can admire cameras, archival records, and photographs conserved by the Museo Galileo that testify to this change.
This exhibition features replicas of scientific instruments used by Museo Galileo’s staff to perform educational activities. Instruments from the historical collections of the Department of Applied Science and Technology at the Politecnico di Torino are also exhibited.
The exhibition presents the extraordinary achievements of current biorobotics research and shows the parallel paths of science and the collective imagination, from ancient mythology until today’s science fiction.