Connected Worlds exhibit

MUSE Awards

NYSCI was recently awarded MUSE awards for two of its digital projects.

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Wild Minds iBook Released

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

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The Science of Justice: A Matter of Opinion?

Join a provocative discussion about the shortcomings of our criminal justice system. Among the participants is Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jim Dwyer, author of False Conviction: Guilt, Innocence & Science, which details the shortcomings of forensics with shocking examples of justice denied. Presented by NYSCI and the World Science Festival, this special event will take place at the Benjamin Cardoza School of Law in Manhattan.

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NYSCI Director Receives ASTC Award

Eric Siegel, NYSCI’s director and chief content officer, has been awarded the Roy L. Shafer Leading Edge Award for Exceptional Leadership in the Field by the Association of Science – Technology Centers (ASTC). Eric has been with NYSCI since 1997 and has been in senior…

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New iBook: False Conviction now available

NYSCI has just produced an iBook that will change how you view the role of science in the legal system. False Conviction: Innocence, Guilt & Science focuses on real cases in which eyewitness accounts, confessions and crime lab tests led to false convictions, and where…

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