Tag Archives: Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

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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Dive Into the Museum’s Underwater Festival

The Museum was flooded last weekend with visitors who came to dive into our 2nd annual Miami Underwater Festival. Friday night kicked off the event with showings of award-winning French and English underwater films from the 39th Festival Mondial de … Continue reading

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The Dust Bowl – Man and Nature, Cause and Effect

The Miami Science Museum is one of only 10 museums nationwide that was selected to participate in the Smithsonian’s National Youth Summit on October 17th.  The focus of this summit was contemporary environmental issues and the legacy (as well as lessons learned) … Continue reading

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Students Help Design Game for New Hurricane Exhibit

Have you ever been to a Museum and wondered how the exhibits are created? How do they decide what the interactive exhibit experiences should be? Who designs them? Do exhibits get tested before they officially open? Young people participating in … Continue reading

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Science Can Find You if You’re Lost at Sea

Many young people wonder… How do I take what I’m interested in, and turn it into a career? For Dr. Arthur Mariano, it was a a simple love of fishing and being on the water that sparked his career. He is … Continue reading

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