SciPlay at NySci. "2nd GeniGames Tournament"

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Please excuse this site’s appearance. NYSCI is currently rolling out a redesign of this website and you have arrived on a page with a few bugs still to be fixed. For immediate assistance, send an email info at nysci.org or call 718.699.0005. Thanks for your…

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History: 1964 World’s Fair

The New York Hall of Science was established in 1964 as part of the World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, and at the time, was one of only a few science museums in existence. Unlike many other institutions, which were closed immediately or soon…

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Message from the President and CEO

The New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) is a place where minds come to play — a place that enhances and extends what it means to be human. We are all born “scientists” with an innate need to question and understand our environment, investigate how…

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Innocence, Guilt and Science

Need images and details of this exhibit.

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Design Make Play

Design, Make, Play from NYSCI on Vimeo.

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Collect, Construct, Change (C3)

What is C3? Anyone? On our old site it’s called Communicating Climate Change. Confused.

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Sara Lee Schupf Family Center on Play, Science and Technology Learning

SciPlay Let’s talk abou this some more.

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Make Academy and Little Makers

We love Little Makers.

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Digital Design Lab

Some text here goes well too. What is Digital Design Lab?

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Mathematics and Science Teacher Education Residency

MASTER This is some information about the latest program we’re into.

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Maker Space

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Design Lab

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Annual Report 2012

Click below to download our 2012 Annual Report. Annual Report 2012

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Explore More

At NYSCI, imaginations are sparked by our engaging science content. You can support us in this work by becoming a member or making a donation. Corporate, Foundation or project sponsorship enables your organization to support science, math and technology education while investing in the future…

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Björk’s Biophilia Premieres at NYSCI

Last night was the first of six sold-out concerts by Björk, premiering her new project Biophilia. Ffollowing sold-out residencies in Manchester (UK) and Reykjavik (Iceland) in 2011, the NYSCI residency will be followed by four shows at Roseland Ballroom in Manhattan, from February 6 through March…

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SciPlay at NySci. "2nd GeniGames Tournament"

The Most Amazing Room in Queens

The location scouting blog Scouting NY visited the Great Hall, shedding light on one of NYC’s secret architectural gems: “Standing in the darkened room, towered over by undulating walls of glowing blue glass, I literally felt like I had left the planet…which is exactly what…

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Arc Attack Live at WMF2010

Video from the audience at day two of World Maker Faire 2010.  Arc Attack covers “Ironman” on the Tesla Coils.

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Case Study of a Spalling Intervention

STRUCTURAL, the specialty firm hired to repair the spalling and deterioration on the Great Hall facade, has posted a case study of the project on their website: “The pre-cast panels were cracking between the pieces of glass and the edges of the panel and the…

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Flights of Fancy Delight, Even Those of Paper Wings

“On Saturday, the Great Hall again became a testing ground for paper airplanes, as dozens of children and a few adults flung their creations into the air in preparation for a public arts event and contest inspired by the 1967 competition. This time there were…

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