The good news about Ebola. Martin Weiss, Senior Scientist at NYSCI reports on the World Health Organization’s findings that some countries are on their way toward becoming Ebola-free: http://nysci.org/some-good-news-about-ebola/
Non-Fiction adult books for sale! Stop by our Library to purchase any hardcover $5 or softcover $2.
Topics vary from biology, nutrition, botany and astronomy.
Create your own notebook this weekend, Oct. 18 & 19 with MakerSpace. Get creative and add cool features like pencil holders, elastic straps and pockets. All while learning basic bookbinding techniques using tools found around the house.
We took a portal to travel back in time for #ProjectWorldsFair. #nysci #art #lasers
#LightProjections by @bentoncbainbridge
(at New York Hall of Science)
#nycsubmerge is wrapping up. Thanks to everyone making this a fun, sea worthy event @hudsonriverpark (at Hudson River Park)
Everything is Marine-themed, even the live band. #NycSubmerge #HudsonRiverPark #nyc #MarineScience (at Pier26)
#cuspmap #nycsubmerge building flood resilient structures out of lego (at Hudson River Park)
Lovely day at #nycsubmerge. U Mass ROVs are getting submerged by young scientists (at Hudson River Park)