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New York City's hands-on science and technology center.
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Electricity has changed a lot from the early days of Benjamin Franklin. Today, we have solar-powered planes that can fly around the world. See the whole story in theater – Planet Power 3D is playing now at .
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Zombie Research Society Jan 14
Zombie exhibit at New York Hall of Science introduces children to mathematical modeling and the way it can be used to simulate, analyze & make predictions about real-life situations. Free with admission through February 15th - via :
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NY Hall of Science Jan 14
Zombie tag continues at NYSCI! Please note that we have changed our game times on Thursdays to 11 am - 1 pm. Article from
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NY Hall of Science Jan 12
Big changes are coming to NYSCI... After countless surfboard rides, the Sports Challenge exhibit has been removed from the floor to make space for exciting new exhibits. Thank you for visiting Sports Challenge over the years – stay tuned for Bionic Me in Feb!
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Mark Guzdial Jan 11
Love the idea of using apps like Playground Physics to help kids notice science and mathematics in their world. from
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NY Hall of Science Jan 11
🧟 alert: According to , "The New York Hall of Science is on the forefront of training the next generation how to survive the walking dead — with math." Have you played tag at NYSCI yet? Come play it this weekend from 11 am - 5:30 pm!
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NY Hall of Science Jan 10
You still have time! Infinite Potentials is up for another 3 days.
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NY Hall of Science Jan 10
This weekend is your last chance to see stem-cell inspired art – Infinite Potentials is leaving on January 13!
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NY Hall of Science Jan 10
Thanks for including us in the 2018 trend report on , , in recognition of Creative Computing Academy – an effort in learning at a younger age, given research showing early exposure to STEM leads students to be more successful in life.
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NY Hall of Science Jan 9
In two weeks from today, we're taking apart GingerBread Lane and giving away all of the houses to YOU, for free! On January 21 at 2 pm, come to NYSCI with a shopping bag to take home your favorite house from this year's exhibit!
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NY Hall of Science Jan 8
🎶Oh what fun it is to work in the Maker Space all day!🎶 We're loving this prototype from 's team. What will YOU today?
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NY Hall of Science Jan 7
This is your last chance to see Infinite Potentials at NYSCI! Leaving our halls on January 13, the exhibit of stem-cell inspired art illuminates the medical potential of stem cells. Catch it before it leaves on Sunday.
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Science Sandbox Jan 3
.'s Science Ambassadors program set the bar for community engagement with science high in 2018. Watch some highlights from an inspiring year:
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NY Hall of Science Jan 5
Looking for something to do this rainy weekend in NYC? Come play a round of zombie tag at 🧟
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It's In Queens Jan 2
The Zombie Invasion hit this morning. Learn more (and how to play) over the next few weeks. More info:
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TimesLedger Jan 3
Children ‘Remake the Holidays’ with recyclable creations at New York Hall of Science:
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NY Hall of Science Jan 3
How many zombies is too many zombies? During the month of January, play our newest simulation game at where you and other visitors work together to predict what would happen if a outbreak were to happen in New York City tomorrow using math.
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NY Hall of Science Dec 31
Last day to catch 's 2 at NYSCI! The final showing begins at 3:30 pm.
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NY Hall of Science Dec 30
Don't forget, we have a special showing of 's 2 at 3:30 pm today through the 31. Don't miss it!
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NY Hall of Science Dec 30
Today is the LAST day of ReMake The Holidays, which means its your last chance this year to see live ice sculpting from Bill Bywater, who sculpts an animal that has been moved off the endangered species list thanks to targeted conservation efforts.
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