Monthly Archives: July 2012

5, 4, 3, 2, 1….. Blast Off!

This summer, young people from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade are doing all kinds of things at the Miami Science Museum’s Summer Camp. From Kitchen Chemistry and Icky Sticky Goopy Glop, from Amusement Park Physics to Superhero Science, they are designing video games, investigating … Continue reading

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The S101 Submarine Dives into the Museum!

It’s not a sentence you would expect to hear. A submarine dives into the Miami Science Museum! But this summer, from July 28 – August 12, the S101 submarine is on display at the Museum, thanks to a partnership with the OceanGate … Continue reading

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Tell Us What YOU Want to Know about the New Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science!

The new Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, opening in 2015 in Downtown Miami’s Museum Park, will be counted among the world’s most innovative and sustainable science museums. The building itself will harness energy from water, the Sun, wind, … Continue reading

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ROVs Boldly Go Where Students Can’t Go

Underwater exploration is difficult for some obvious reasons, but it’s so important to understand marine environments. How does pollution affect marine life near the shore? What effect does temperature and salt levels have on the growth of seaweed? Does the … Continue reading

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The Greenest (Virtual) House in Miami!

The Digital WAVE students have learned a lot this summer – building their own circuits powered by wind, water, and the Sun… following through the Energy Tracker exhibits at the Museum… meeting Martin Keeley, Education Director of the Mangrove Action … Continue reading

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