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Noticing Tools Now Available in the App Store

NYSCI’s five new iPad apps will motivate students to learn fundamental math and science concepts and give teachers and parents a set of mobile resources that can inspire children’s everyday explorations in the classroom, at home, on the playground or just about anywhere else. Collectively known as Noticing Tools™, the five apps are now available in the App Store.

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The Moment: Taiwanese American Contemporary Arts

View art installations that investigate the play of the virtual and the real, inward and outward, and a view of self in the outside environment.

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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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Digital Making Studio & Maker Space Programs

Participate in extended workshops that enable you to experiment with various materials, tools and technologies.

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Makers Announced for World Maker Faire

The roster of more than 700 makers who will be at World Maker Faire on September 20 and 21 has just been announced! Popular areas of interest include personal drones, wearables, 3D printing, humanoid robots, young makers, hackerspaces and makerspaces, and much more. All makers…

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The Innovation Institute

This week, 23 Explainers are participating in the Innovation Institute, a new program at NYSCI that guides young people through the process of invention. The teenagers will spend the next 15 months going through the entire process of inventing a device, software or other technology….

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SciPlay Physics Noticing Tools: what you need to know

The SciPlay Physics Noticing Tools allow kids to notice the physics in their everyday life. The tools were designed for students and teachers in NYC to learn more about middle school physics. First, kids capture video of themselves in a performance, sport, play activity, or…

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April 29: Human Plus Stories

The Story Collider and the NYSCI have brought together diverse stories that embed this millennial change in personal narratives.

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Human Plus Stories

The Story Collider and the NYSCI have brought together diverse stories that embed this millennial change in personal narratives.

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Playable Fashion

Teens can learn to hack a digital game and create a wearable game controller glove in this two-day workshop. Free. Advance registration required.

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Playable Fashion

Teens can learn to hack a digital game and create a wearable game controller glove in this two-day workshop. Free. Advance registration required.

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Chronoleap is now ready to download!

Remember when NYSCI had a bunch of extinct technologies out for hands-on display during our Summer Chronoleap: technolution event? Now the beta version of Chronoleap is ready to download along with a stack of free games that will transport you into a virtual version of the 1964/65…

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Interactive Online Workshops

NYSCI offers a variety of online professional development programs.

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ChronoLeap: Technolution

Play with the “must have” electronics from the 1960s to today. Items will include the IBM Selectric typewriter, Pong, Motorola DynaTAC ‘brick’ cellular phone, and many more. Learn about the devices and the scientific principles behind them. Free with NYSCI admission.

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