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NEW YORK TIMES | November 21, 2019
8 Things To Do With Your Kids This Weekend
In their weekly column of things to do in NYC, New York Times says you may want “consider replacing Thanksgiving with ‘Bugsgiving,'” referring to NYSCI’s Holiday Food Science Festival. They also note that “die-hard sugar fans won’t want to miss the opening of GingerBread Lane…”
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Generous Support Enabled NYSCI to reopen while continuing to rebuild from Hurricane Ida damage following Pandemic Closure. Focus on The Happiness Experiment, a new interactive exhibit on the science behind resilience.
The re-opening kicks off a weekend-long program of community activities, sponsored by Amazon Refurbished, reimagined buildings feature The Happiness Experiment, a brand-new exhibit sponsored by PepsiCo Queens, NY – July 8, 2021 – The New York Hall ...
NYSCI Will Re-Open Its Doors to the Public When Visitor and Staff Safety Can Be Ensured Rethinking STEM education in a world shaped by COVID-19, NYSCI will continue to deliver virtual experiences and outdoor activities …
The New York Hall of Science has a wide variety of free, digital resources that parents can use at home with their kids to help supplement the science and math they are learning in school.
Grouphug, a solar company that makes creatively designed solar panels for use by consumers and companies, will be appearing on ABC’s Shark Tank on Friday, March 20.
We have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) to the public beginning March 14. We will continue to provide updates on the situation as it develops.
NYSCI has received a federal grant from the Education Innovation and Research Program of the U.S. Department of Education to expand the use of The Pack as a program to increase middle school student engagement in computational thinking across New York City public schools.
The Art of the Brick, a captivating exhibition and the world’s largest display of LEGO® art, features more than 100 works of art by contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya.
This art exhibition showcases the achievements of America’s pioneering female astronauts and highlights the fascination with space women in movies, television, advertising, fashion design and today’s toys.
We are announcing the cancellation of World Maker Faire 2019, which had been scheduled to occur at NYSCI on September 21-22.
NYSCI launches museum visitors into the future of aerospace technology and air travel with the summer exhibition, Above and Beyond – The Ultimate Flight Exhibition
NYSCI celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission with a summer filled with flight and space-themed exhibits, workshops, demonstrations, installations and a new film.
The New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) highlights sustainability and the environment during Sustainable Spring Break, a week of activities, installations and workshops held during the April school vacation week on April 22 – 26. On …
NYSCI in partnership with Design I/O has created an app for iPad, Mac OS and Windows, that pairs environmental concepts with practice in computational thinking.
NYSCI has created an interactive, web-based comic book that explores diseases that can be spread from humans to other animals. Transmissions: Gone Viral can be downloaded online for free and is geared towards middle school students.
Backyard Wilderness, a 3D film about the unique wildlife found in our backyards, is now showing at NYSCI through September 30, 2019.
Through more than 20 exhibit components, visitors to the new exhibition Bionic Me will get a hands-on view of how technology can augment, and sometimes even surpass, human abilities.
NYSCI's annual holiday festival, ReMake the Holidays, features activities that will inspire families to make unique creations out of reused paper and fabric.
More than 1,300 gingerbread houses will be on display at NYSCI from November 10, 2018 – January 21, 2019. The record-holder for the Guinness World Records largest gingerbread village, GingerBread Lane is made entirely of gingerbread, royal icing and candy.
NYSCI has received a federal grant of $2.8 million from the Education Innovation and Research Program (EIR) of the U.S. Department of Education to expand the use of Playground Physics.
The second annual Community Appreciation Day will be held on June 13, 2018 from 3 – 6 pm. The event celebrates the educators, students, organizations and funders that partner on NYSCI Neighbors, a multifaceted initiative of creative educational opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Bon Appétit! is a new exhibition about food and healthy eating habits that is open through May 13, 2018.
Picture Dots encourages conversations and interactions between young learners and their parents, caregivers or educators in ways that connect to early literacy, math and science skills.
Five iPAD apps created by New York Hall of Science – inspire kids to learn math and science.
The Science Playground at the New York Hall of Science is the largest science playground in the United States.
Groundbreaking Exhibition About Sustainability at the New York Hall of Science.
A Science Spin is a Hole-in-One at this New York Hall of Science Exhibition.
A permanent exhibition that encourages visitors to be creative while experimenting with structures, circuits, simple materials, and more.