Monthly Archives: May 2012

Reclamation Project on Care2!

Art. Science. Mangroves. These three words are not usually put in the same sentence. But they are the core ideas behind the Museum’s Reclamation Project, which has a singular goal to help reclaim south Florida environments for nature. As part of the … Continue reading

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How to Build a Remotely Operated Vehicle

Museum staff always work really hard to find ways to inspire young people, and our visitors, in science and the world around them. But we love being inspired by someone teaching us something new too. Recently, Erica Moulton of the … Continue reading

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Science Can Find You if You’re Lost at Sea

Many young people wonder… How do I take what I’m interested in, and turn it into a career? For Dr. Arthur Mariano, it was a a simple love of fishing and being on the water that sparked his career. He is … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Highland Oaks Park for Nature

There is a constant battle in many places between the environment and human activity, and south Florida is one of those places. But on Saturday May 12th, the Museum’s Reclamation Project took steps to help the environment win the battle. With the help … Continue reading

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The Week of the Young Child

There is Mother’s day, Father’s Day, Plant a Flower Day, and even National Pancake Day. There seems to be a day dedicated to everything in life, big and small. But guess who gets a whole week dedicated to them. Young … Continue reading

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Summer Camp Time!

What did you want to be when growing up? Or what about your kids? Are they scientists, explorers, conservationists or inventors? At Miami Science Museum’s summer camp, kids can explore lots of different fields. If they love roller coasters, they … Continue reading

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Roughing It on the Upward Bound Camping Trip

“This was the best experience in my life. I can’t wait to do this next year!” This kind of response, from a 9th grade student who participated in her first Upward Bound annual camping trip, is what we live for … Continue reading

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