Make It: Tinkering

Stop by Maker Space each week to try out different activities that will encourage families to build, explore, design and create together.

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Miles From Tomorrowland

Visit Design Lab to make gadgets, gear and high-flying space vehicles, and explore a distant planet in a Miles from Tomorrowland virtual reality experience.

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Cisco Networking Academy Teachers Hear About NetSci High

Introduction of NetSci High to the Western US Cisco Networking Academy teachers at WASTC conference.

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STEM Night: Careers in Chemistry

Learn about the wide range of career opportunities available in the field of chemistry.

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Next Gen Assessment Workshop

NYSCI invites experts to attend a workshop exploring how modern technologies and methods are used for assessing informal learning in museums.

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Douglas Moore – NYSCI’s New Learning Apps

Doug Moore, NYSCI’s VP of Digital Education Strategy, talks about NYSCI’s new Noticing Tools™.

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STEM Night: Careers in Naval Science and Technology

An evening featuring industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys.

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STEM Nights

STEM Nights are a series of free evening events that feature talks and informal networking with STEM professionals.

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Network Literacy document published

This brochure about network literacy states basic ideas for the study of networks in plain language, presenting seven essential concepts.

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The Need for Design Based Learning in Science Education

Dorothy Bennett, NYSCI’s Director of Design Based Learning in Schools, talks about young people’s desire to play and be active participants in their learning experience.

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NYSCI Explainers are the future of science innovation

Priya Mohabir, Director of Alan J. Friedman Center for the Development of Young Scientists, discusses STEM opportunities for young people and NYSCI’s Science Career Ladder.

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SciPlay, in partnership with The Concord Consortium, presents GeniGames, a web-based application that supports the teaching and learning of genetics in high school.

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Playground Physics

Playground Physics is an iPad app, which allows you to uncover and analyze the physics in what you do.

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Size Wise

Size Wise is an iPad app which allows you to explore ratios and proportions while making funny pictures that make things look wildly bigger and smaller than they really are.

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Volumize is an iPad app that lets you take 2D photos and make them 3-dimensional.

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Choreo Graph

Choreo Graph is an iPad app which allows you to explore graphs and coordinate geometry to choreograph some funny dance moves of an animated character you create.

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Fraction Mash

Fraction Mash is an iPad app which allows you to explore fractions while creating crazy photo mashups.

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NetSci High paper now published for CompleNet

A paper describing the success of the project NetSci High is now published.

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SUBMERGE! Poster Competition Winners on Display at NYSCI

SUBMERGE! is a public science event that inspires respect for and curiosity about our water environment by bringing the latest marine and ocean science research to New York City residents through hands-on engagement, and is brought to you by NYSCI and the Hudson River Park…

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Curious George Visits Design Lab

Meet the NYC & Company 2014 NYC Family Ambassador, Curious George, in our newest experience, Design Lab.

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