Yep, more Carnegie. This is the ‘open’ part of their dinosaur lab, with preparators working behind glass in a way that visitors can see them and their work. These kinds of displays are becoming ever more common and it’s hard not to like them. It brings a really secretive part of the world of palaeontology out and into the open so people can see the painstaking work that goes into freeing bones from rock and restoring them to their prime (well, prime for something 100 million years old and crushed).
On the other hand though, I can imagine it’s a less than perfect working environment, especially on busy days. As long as the *whole* lab is not open to scrutiny (people need privacy and delicate work needs perfect concentration) I think it’s a great education tool.