Frank M. and Gertrude R. Doyle Fabrication Laboratory
The Doyle Fabrication Laboratory accommodates a variety of Museum activities, including design and fabrication of replicas and exhibit structures. Molding and casting of Museum specimens produces research quality replicas that can be shared with other museums and used in ‘hands on’ displays. This laboratory is often used in public education and outreach activities, and serves as a staging area for the Museum’s mobile teaching equipment.
photo, right: Mold and cast of modern dolphin hand, by Laurie Anderson