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In Memoriam: Jack G. Admire

The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science mourns the passing of longtime supporter Jack G. Admire. An honorary trustee, Admire served as president of the museum for six terms and was recognized alongside his wife, Ruth, with the Patricia … Continue reading

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Curious Vault 002: Insight Flight

Art and science form a cohesive bond that goes way back. Leonardo Da Vinci was an inventor and world-renowned artist. Pablo Picasso dissected geometric figures to create masterpieces. Scientific breakthroughs and inventions gave us new mediums to appreciate art, such … Continue reading

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4th Annual Miami Underwater Festival: A Splashing Success

Florida is surrounded by 1,197 miles of coastline. That’s the distance from Miami to Philadelphia! The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science’s 4th Annual Miami Underwater Festival was devoted to educating the community to understand more about what lies … Continue reading

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Feel the Force: Hurricanes and Other Hazards 2015

The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science recently hosted Feel the Force: Hurricanes and Other Hazards, the museum’s free signature event focusing on hurricane awareness and preparedness. The event took place with support from Florida International University’s International Hurricane Research Center … Continue reading

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A Letter From Our President and CEO

For over 65 years, Miami’s science museum has been a source of inspiration, welcoming millions of visitors from our beginnings as the Junior League of Miami to the Miami Science Museum, and recently, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of … Continue reading

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The Discovery of Kepler-452b

As told by Dr. Jorge Perez-Gallego, Resident Astronomer and Exhibition Developer at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science: It has been 20 years since the first exoplanet – a planet that orbits a star other than the Sun – was … Continue reading

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Bridging Job Skills and the Financial Education Gap

As told by Gene Schaefer, Miami market president, Bank of America: While the jobless rate may be improving in Miami-Dade County, according to The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, unemployment is still a very real problem as low- and-middle-income individuals continue to … Continue reading

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Planting Native Trees with Museum Volunteers for the Environment (MUVE)

On July 11, volunteers from Apple, Inc., Yelp Miami, Hands On Miami, Key Biscayne Citizen Scientist Project and the Miami community planted nearly 500 native hammock trees at Virginia Key North Point. This site is being restored through a partnership … Continue reading

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Frost Science at the Smithsonian Affiliates Conference

As a Smithsonian Affiliate Museum, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science was invited to participate in the Smithsonian Affiliates Conference that takes place every June. The annual conference exposes Smithsonian affiliated museums from across the country to new programs, exhibits, … Continue reading

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Miami Beach Clean Up with 1 Hotel South Beach

On Tuesday, May 26, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science and its Museum Volunteers for the Environment (MUVE) teamed up with 1 Hotel South Beach for a successful Miami Beach clean up event. The hotel’s staff, its guests, neighbors and event partners collected … Continue reading

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