Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Curious Vault 007: Shells

A significant portion of the 55,000 objects within the Curious Vault of the Miami Science Museum is comprised of innumerable shell specimens. It seems nearly impossible to quantify given the sheer amount, but shells, as anyone who has explored the … Continue reading

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A Cultural Passport to Learning

A passport is a ticket to adventure and culture when traveling overseas. But Miami-Dade County’s Cultural Passport program, supported by the Knight Foundation, is a ticket for students to experience adventure while staying right here in Miami. And the Miami … Continue reading

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Miami Science Museum Goes to Washington

Last week, our Science Curator, Lindsay Bartholomew, and MuVE Project Coordinator, Michelle Beumer, ventured to Washington D.C. for the Smithsonian Affiliations National Conference. The Miami Science Museum is just one of over 170 museums nationwide affiliated with the Smithsonian. The … Continue reading

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Feel the Force: Hurricanes and other Hazards

  We are now officially in hurricane season, and the Museum’s Feel the Force: Hurricanes and Other Hazards event was a chance to experiment with weather instruments, meet real hurricane hunter pilots, remember the tragedy and survival of Hurricane Andrew, … Continue reading

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