Wild Minds iBook Released

Wild Minds: What Animals Really Think is now available for free on the iBooks store.

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Google Field Trip Days

This spring, 5,400 K–8th grade students in New York City Title 1 schools will visit NYSCI as part of Google Field Trip Days. Title 1 schools have a high percentage of low-income students, and programs such as the Google Field Trip Days ensure that the…

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NYSCI is open on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

NYSCI will be open on Monday, January 18, 2016. This weekend, we will feature new activities from 1 – 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday, and 11 am – 4:30 pm on Monday. Activities will include one or more of the following: Contraption Challenge Join us in…

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New York Hall of Science

Sunday Science Spectacular

NYSCI has partnered with the 92nd Street Y on the Sunday Science Spectacular, a series of science workshops geared towards families.

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REMAKE the Holidays at New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York City.

Hours for New Year’s Day and Weekend

We’re open all weekend, including New Year’s Day! January 1: 9:30 am – 5 pm and January 2 & 3: 10 am – 6 pm

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NYSCI and National Grid Partner on Maker Lab Series

More than 200 students attended the fall kick-off event at the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Queens to celebrate the second year of Maker Lab, a series for elementary, middle and high school students. NYSCI, in partnership with National Grid, created the Maker Lab series to increase student engagement…

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Zip on Over to GingerBread Lane

Special limited time offer from Zipcar Visit GingerBread Lane and everything else that NYSCI has to offer with this special promotion.  We’ve teamed up with Zipcar to provide a smarter way to drive. Sign up now through December 31 for just $15! You’ll get access…

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Experience Joy

NYSCI is bringing the joy of science to everybody.

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GingerBread Lane Breaks Guinness World Record

For the third consecutive year, GingerBread Lane has won the Guinness World Record for the largest gingerbread village in the world.

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Scenes at New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York

With New Initiative, NYSCI Envisions Queens as a Hub for Creative STEM Learning

Queens 2020, a new initiative to create a partnership between the museum and the communities it serves.

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NYSCI is Founding Member of Big Data Effort

NYSCI is the outreach and education partner for the Northeast Big Data Hub, working to develop new and accessible ways for citizens to engage with and learn about big data and their impact on society.

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Pre Maker Faire Pop-up in the park at New York Hall of Science

Noticing Tools™ Selected as a Science Learning Challenge Winner

NYSCI’s Noticing Tools™, a suite of five math and science apps, has been selected as a Science Learning Challenge winner by NewSchools Venture Fund.

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Con Edison’s STEM Days Out at NYSCI

More than 600 students will participate in this free program that aims to stimulate interest among children in STEM.

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Google Field Trip Day

More than 2,200 New York City students will participate in NYSCI’s free Google Field Trip Days.

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Pre Maker Faire Pop-up in the park at New York Hall of Science

Noticing Tools™ Press

Here’s what press are saying about NYSCI’s ground-breaking suite of iPad apps.

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World Maker Faire 2015 at New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York

NYSCI Village at World Maker Faire

While you’re at World Maker Faire, be sure to bring the kids to NYSCI Village. This area consists of kid-friendly activities designed by NYSCI staff, interns and partners.

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Maker Faire preview

World Maker Faire Robots

With robots that play hockey, robots that make music, and even R2-D2 robots, World Maker Faire is a robot lover’s dream.

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Maker Faire preview

The Unisphere and Coke Zero

For the first time ever, Eepybird will be performing their Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains show at the iconic Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

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Images from the Making Meaning [M2] conference at the New York Hall of Science in New York

NGSS EQuIP-Revised Lessons

NYSCI, working with Achieve, has created 17 classroom lessons and supporting materials that are available for free on the Teacher TryScience website.

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NYSCI Rings The Nasdaq Stock Market Opening Bell

On August 17, NYSCI visited the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square to ring the Opening Bell and launch Noticing Tools™.

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