ReMake the Holidays →
NYSCI announces ReMake the Holidays.Bend, twist, sculpt and taste a new version of the holiday season during NYSCI’s winter carnival of do-it-yourself creativity. Registration now open for workshops and camps. Musical Machines, LEDs, Robot boats and more. Sign up today
Hip, Loud and Sociable →
IMLS Director, Susan Hildreth, guest blogging on Impatient Optimists about the vision and research behind the recent Learning Labs grants, one of which went to NYSCI.
My Carbon Footprint: My Carbon Footprint and The... →
my-carbon-footprint: By Guest Blogger: Stacey Bowden Now, more than ever before, teachers are faced with difficult decisions regarding their curriculum. With the onset of new standards and new testing, we are now asking ourselves what is important for us to teach? What is it that we currently do that continues…
Ready, Set, Go!
The race is on to get our nation’s kids up to speed on science. With U.S. students getting low global rankings in science and math proficiency, the need for innovative ways to interest youth in the sciences has never been more urgent. We’re leading the way with SciGames, a new project developed by SciPlay, The Sara Lee Schupf Family Center for Play, Science, and Technology Learning....
Cows on Mars? Not!
An illustration of the Mars Science Laboratory’s S.U.V.-size rover named Curiosity. New York Times. Though scientists have found methane on Mars, a gas produced by living things on Earth, the source remains ambiguous. Cows, termites? Not likely. Chemicals? Perhaps. Microbes? Perhaps if life on Earth is a model. Explore The Search for Life Beyond Earth at NYSCI to...