She has been featured in many science documentaries shown on PBS and National Geographic.
In 2004, the city launched a traffic enforcement camera program at two intersections – Eubank and Montgomery, and San Mateo and Montgomery.
“Michael Gelb’s knowledge of Da Vinci and how it can be applied to creative thinking will provide insight and motivation to program attendees.
The two programs—a luncheon and evening lecture—are a great segue between the successful “Da Vinci, The Genius exhibition”, and our next community-based initiative that will focus on brain health,” Marino said.
Each month the web site will be updated to include a report detailing the number of citations and the revenue generated from the program.
OUR MISSION: The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science preserves and interprets the distinctive natural and scientific heritage of our state through extraordinary collections, research, exhibits and programs designed to ignite a passion for lifelong learning. Gelb will be the first speaker in a new lecture series being launched by the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, entitled “The Brain: It’s More Than You Think.” Gelb will speak July 26, during the blockbuster exhibition Da Vinci—The Genius extended by popular demand through August 29, and, in anticipation of two planned exhibitions in 2019.
As a result of the study, Mayor Berry is revising the program to include the following changes: the cameras will no longer issue speed citations; timing at yellow lights will be increased; more prominent signage and other tools will be utilized at red light camera intersections to enhance notification; the number of cameras will be reduced to 14 with those that are no longer serving their purpose removed; adjustments to red light timings so that they will remain red in all directions for two second before switching to green.
On this web page you can download the study, review the details of Mayor Berry's decision, read the fiscal analysis and get data and charts on crashes and the amount of revenue the program has generated.
Both programs will be held at the museum and Dyna Theater.
The cost of admission for the luncheon is , that includes lunch in the Community Gallery of the Museum from 12 p.m.