Just as the discovery of the great canyons of the western United States fostered the drive to explore, protect and care about these treasures, the 2016 NAKFI Conference Discovering the Deep Blue Sea will engage scientists, engineers and medical researchers – working with artists and designers to explore exciting questions.
Since 1886, the National Academy of Sciences has honored outstanding achievement in the physical, biological, and social sciences through its awards program. This year’s winners include writer, director, actor, and science communicator Alan Alda; California Institute of Technology professor Dianne K. Newman; Princeton University professor Sergio Verdú; and Stanford University Professor Carolyn Bertozzi.
At the request of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary of Preparedness and Response, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine hosted a one-day public workshop on February 16, 2016 to explore potential research priorities arising as a result of the emergence of Zika virus in the United States.
Tornadoes, floods, thunderstorm winds, hail, lightning, heat, wildfires, rip currents and tsunamis - spring is three months of danger that can imperil the unprepared. It roars in like a lion and continues to roar across the United States throughout March, April and May.
What do you love about the Koshland? What has inspired or wowed you? What memories have stayed with you? What makes it your science museum? Science centers mean many things to many people, and the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) wants to know what they mean to you.
In honor of Black History Month, explore the African American History Program (AAHP) website to read about researchers, scholars, and practitioners who have had to overcome tremendous obstacles.
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Visit the Koshland Science Museum’s Life Lab to participate in an ongoing New York University study on risk and ambiguity. Participants 18 years and older are eligible for a gift card worth up to $125! Winners are drawn at random by the museum on a monthly basis.
Lori in South Riding, VA was February’s winner and received $20 worth of Amazon gift cards!