Monthly Archives: November 2013

Book Fair Fun

Have you ever written a story together with thousands of good friends? Have you ever made your own robot that can scribble colorful patterns on a piece of paper? Did you come to the Miami Science Museum’s tent at the … Continue reading

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Science Stars at Edison Park

The Museum continues to bring together “science stars” from all over Miami, in the form of both scientists and students. Through the Science Stars program with the Miami-Dade County Public Schools, the Museum is providing access to local scientists, as … Continue reading

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Passion for Preservation – by Rey Muñoz

Hello, my name is Rey Muñoz, I am a full time student at Miami Dade College Kendall campus, majoring in environmental science. If you are reading this blog, chances are you and I have something in common. Hopefully, it is … Continue reading

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Restoring Coastal Habitats: Measuring Success

MUVE, Miami Science Museum’s volunteer based coastal habitat restoration project has been in the business of bringing back South Florida’s increasingly fragmented native habitats since 2007. To date, over 5,000 local volunteers have restored over 15 acres of mangrove wetlands … Continue reading

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1,100 Mangroves on the Wall

What takes 1,100 plastic cups, 20 people, 2,200 mangrove seedlings, 5 hours, 2 ladders, and 4 trays of refreshments? Updating the Museum’s Mangrove Wall! Anyone who has come to the Museum in the last several years has seen the immense … Continue reading

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Reptiles on the Loose!

No, there were not really any reptiles on the loose… except for the dinosaur in the video above (which was really a “dino-suit” provided by the Miami Children’s Museum), which inspired and interacted with kids all day long. But at … Continue reading

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