Tag Archives: National Science Foundation

Follow “Lindsay in the Arctic” on a New Alaska Glacier Adventure!

Hello again! After my Lindsay in the Arctic expedition last year, I am now embarking on an Alaskan adventure! The University of Alaska Fairbanks is holding an International Summer School in Glaciology, and I will be participating as the Instructor … Continue reading

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Engineering for the Future

There are lots of different kinds of engineering – electrical, structural, mechanical, civil – and therefore, we need young people with lots of different interests and skills to fill those jobs for the next generation. And we especially want to … Continue reading

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How to Build a Remotely Operated Vehicle

Museum staff always work really hard to find ways to inspire young people, and our visitors, in science and the world around them. But we love being inspired by someone teaching us something new too. Recently, Erica Moulton of the … Continue reading

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Miami Science Museum’s Amazon Voyage

Nearly 1.5 million visitors throughout the U.S. and Canada have enjoyed the Museum’s touring exhibition: Amazon Voyage: Vicious Fishes and Other Riches. Launched in 2005, with competitive funding from the National Science Foundation, the exhibition is currently at the Don … Continue reading

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