The National Academy of Sciences now has it's own museum! The grand opening of Washington, D.C.'s new Marian Koshland Science Museum is scheduled for April 2004. At this museum, "visitors will discover the links between scientific research and everyday life through interactive exhibits, public events, and educational programs." Geared toward ages 13 and older, the museum exhibits will explore current scientific and (sometimes controversial) policy issues, as presented in reports by the National Academies. The museum's inaugural exhibits include: Wonders of Science, Global Warming Facts & Our Future, and Putting DNA to Work. Exhibit summaries are available online.