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Science Stars – Rocks Rock!

Next time you walk by a rock, take a second look at it or even pick it up, and appreciate what it is. How did it form? What kind is it? How old is it compared to you? 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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Science Stars – Bunche Park Elementary

Science Stars, onward! Our second school of the year, Bunche Park Elementary, participated in this program with the Museum and Miami-Dade County Public Schools, in order to give students and their families access to the Museum and real local scientists … Continue reading

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Science Stars – Linda Lentin K-8 Canter

The new Science Stars year has begun! The Museum is continuing to work with Miami-Dade County Public Schools, from now through the opening of our new Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, to provide a larger portion of the community with … Continue reading

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Upward Bound Students Meet Superintendent Carvalho at the National College Fair

The process of researching colleges, understanding your choices, completing applications, and choosing the best school for you, can be really overwhelming. On Sunday, February 24th, 40 students from the Museum’s Upward Bound Math & Science Program, ranging from 9th to … Continue reading

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Science Stars at Comstock Elementary

It can be difficult for some schools to provide opportunities to get their students to the Museum. And it’s a goal of the Museum to involve our entire community (and beyond) in the amazing adventure of science. So through our … Continue reading

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