Monthly Archives: August 2013

Shark Tagging for Shark Conservation

Shark tagging allows scientists to spy into the secret underwater lives of sharks. Satellite tags track sharks’ movements in the subtropical Atlantic Ocean, and help scientists understand migratory routes, residency patterns, “hot spots” of mating, giving birth and feeding, and also locations where sharks … Continue reading

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Spectacular, Scientific, Successful – Summer Camp 2013!

This year we had (as the title of this post suggests) a spectacular Summer Camp season at the Museum! And our Summer Camp teachers have as much fun as the students. Here are a couple things they had to say: … Continue reading

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Bubbles, Bubbles, and More Bubbles

Few things are more delicate and colorful, or form a better combination of science and imagination, than bubbles. Colombian photographer/artist Santiago Bentancur Z has spent the last decade dedicated to showcasing the magic of bubbles – simple yet complex, common yet unique, art yet … Continue reading

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Student Work! – The (Un)Dead Sea

The Dead Sea in the Middle East is anything but. This year’s seniors participating in our Upward Bound IMPACT program researched this dynamic and extreme environment, and created this exceptional blog and website about about one of Earth’s saltiest bodies of water … Continue reading

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