From Enterprise News;
On November 16, the Hall of Human Life opened at the Museum of Science in Boston. The exhibit is the museum’s largest permanent exhibit in twenty years and gives visitors the opportunity to gather data and conclusions about themselves by using wristbands with barcodes as they visit different stations. The data collected in the exhibit, which remains anonymous, will become part of the Hall of Human Life website. In addition to check-in stations, the exhibit features a small laboratory and films on epigenetics, immunity and the evolution of food. More information about the exhibit can be found here.