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Catherine McCarhty
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Catherine McCarthy, Science Museum of Minnesota
The 2017 solar eclipse presents many opportunities for amateur astronomers and lifelong learners to get in on the fun of doing science. This includes research projects about the sun, the moon, other sun-planet-moon systems, and even eclipses in other stellar...
Christina Leavell
Here at the Science Museum of Minnesota, we just can’t stop talking about how successful our relationship has been with the Solar System Ambassadors program! If you haven’t heard of this program, it’s a public engagement program that works with...
Catherine McCarthy, Science Museum of Minnesota
The NISE Network has created a variety of resources about butterflies that are great for integrating into programs or exhibits about butterflies. These activities and resources focus on light, color, iridescence, pigmentation versus structural color, and technology inspired by nature....
Catherine McCarthy, Science Museum of Minnesota
We have recently made some major improvements to the nisenet.org website. The new site features all the same popular content from the existing website but with a fresh new look, a software upgrade, and additional content filtering and searching features....
Catherine McCarthy, Science Museum of Minnesota
The NISE Network has created a set of materials to help with marketing and promotion of your Explore Science: Earth & Space event. We have designed materials to be customizable so you can adapt them to fit your needs: Planning...
By: Ali Jackson, Sciencenter
We are pleased to be partnering with the College of Charleston in South Carolina to share an educational project designed to help all audiences, including blind and visually impaired participants, learn more about the science surrounding the 2017 total solar...
By: Building with Biology Project Team
By now, terms such as genetically-engineered or genetically-modified, synthetic biology, and even CRISPR are likely more familiar to you than they were five years ago. Gene-editing has become a scientific breakthrough and topic of popularity both in research and in...
KC Miller, Science Museum of Minnesota
All the 2017 Explore Science: Earth & Space physical toolkits should now be delivered! As you begin your preparations for your Explore Science: Earth & Space events this spring, we encourage you to go through each activity box sooner rather...
By Larry Bell, Museum of Science
February 2017 is the final month of NSF funding for the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network, which would prompt a sort-of sad note if we didn’t have so many projects going on under the umbrella of the National Informal STEM...