Some examples of CUREE produced exhibits, which often focused on teaching STEM concepts and/or the history of scientific research and development are shown below.
CUREE exhibit development extended beyond public exhibitions to include designing and fabricating exhibit displays for private collections. Some notable examples included a miniature motorized shake table used to demonstrate the concept of the period of vibration on various sized building models. Constructed by CUREE, this user-controlled display helped to demonstrate the effect of the frequency of the shaking and of the structures. Other examples included a fully restore, working accelerograph, and an 80-ft long timeline mural highlighting a century of significant natural hazard events and the scientific advancements that resulted.