Tag Archives: RSMAS

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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Digital WAVE – Family, Friends, and Cake

At the end of every Digital WAVE session, we celebrate the students’ accomplishment with students, Museum staff, invited families and friends … and of course, chocolate cake! At our recent Family Event at the end of this year’s spring session, students presented the … Continue reading

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Upward Bound: Up, Up, and Away!

Students in the Museum’s Upward Bound program have had tons of amazing opportunities this summer. Upward Bound is one of the US Department of Education’s programs which help first-generation college bound students prepare for college and a degree in science, … Continue reading

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Sharks!

The definition of lucky: Nine students in the Museum’s Upward Bound program, along with 1 mentor and Upward Bound staff, getting to meet with Neil Hammerschlag of the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. He is … Continue reading

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What is Sclerochronology?

Most everyone was told growing up about how when a tree is cut down, you can look at the tree rings to figure out the tree’s age, and also how much the tree grew each year. Dendrochronology deals with this … Continue reading

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If a Mosquito Can Make a Difference, So Can We

There is a saying that goes: if you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping in a closed room with a mosquito. When it comes to the subject of climate change, it seems unbelievable that we … Continue reading

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