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Are you looking for a fun and educational adventure for your child during the summer break? Sign up for a unique experience exploring concepts in science, technology and engineering through hands-on i
A new animated show that features a young female science detective who exposes students to the thrill of learning while teaching critical and scientific thinking skills.
Microscope facility housed on a solar-powered 1974 transit bus.
There was no one else like Alan Friedman. As a scientist, educator, museum leader, mentor and friend, he was an inspiration to so many people in so many ways. To honor his memory, the Noyce Foundation
We launched the NYSCI Archives almost two months ago with a look back at 1966 when the Hall of Science reopened as a permanent museum following the World’s Fair. Two weeks ago, we looked back ev
The 1964-65 World’s Fair opened 50 years ago today. But the Hall of Science did not. The Hall of Science was not in the original plan for the World’s Fair. It’s inclusion at the Fair came
Princeton’s annual Art of Science competition challenges scientists “to record the sometimes fleeting moments when science becomes art.” The Art of Science exhibition explores the in