Archive for the ‘Exhibits and Programs’ Category

Frost Science and Sky-Skan to Bring Outer Space to Life

Posted on August 18th, 2016

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By: MiaSci

One of the goals of the Frost Planetarium is to sweep you away to far-off galaxies and immerse you in the beautiful and educational details of other worlds. The experience needs to be believable and transportive. That means we rely on leading-edge technology to succeed. With that in mind, we are pleased to announce that […]

Upward Bound students dive into local ecosystems

Posted on August 16th, 2016

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By Mauricia Vasquez, Collage Advisor, Upward Bound Math and Science Summer is finally here!  For the Upward Bound Math and Science program, which exposes low-income students to the power of science and paths to STEM careers, that means the start of IMPACT, a six-week intensive marine science summer program in which students get up close […]

A Gathering of the Planetarium Experts

Posted on July 27th, 2016

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By Dr. Jorge Perez-Gallego, Curator of Astronomy and Exhibition Developer Every other year, the International Planetarium Society gathers some of the best minds in the planetarium business to share ideas, insights and creative work. This year, the event was held in Warsaw, Poland, and I was lucky enough to go. With members representing schools, colleges, universities […]

Learning by Teaching: a MUVE intern reflects on growing with Frost Science as the museum evolves.

Posted on July 21st, 2016

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By Eric Laguardia, MUVE (Museum Volunteers for the Environment) Summer Intern This summer I have been working at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science alongside MUVE Coordinator Chelle King as the Citizen Science Education Intern. That means I’ve been facilitating the museum’s budding outdoor classroom programming and assessing ways to make it better. […]

Local Crocodiles Hatch Amid Mangroves, Highlighting Relevance of our Frost Science Mangrove Habitat.

Posted on July 12th, 2016

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  Last week, the Miami Herald reported that American crocodile nests at Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge, a protected area near Key Largo, had hatched earlier than expected. At first researchers thought the nests might have been raided by raccoons or other predators, but then the spotted the newly hatched babies. It’s a fascinating story of […]

Science Up Close: Predicting South Florida Flood Risk from Days to Decades

Posted on July 6th, 2016

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By Dr. Angela Colbert, Director of Science Communication Get out your rain boots, it’s time to chat about flooding again here in South Florida. Earlier this month, our Science Up Close series, which links the public with experts to discuss current science, did just that. We invited Dr. Ben Kirtman from the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel […]