Calling all makers and maker wannabes! RVA MakerFest returns to the Science Museum of Virginia on Saturday October 3rd from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This free, family-friendly event features interactive demonstrations in science, art, technology, engineering, sustainability, food, music, crafts, and fashion.
Articles by Debbie Mickle
Are you fascinated with the idea of humans colonizing Mars? Are you asking yourself - why Mars? Or why should we humans go to Mars at all?
Article by: Karen M. Layou, Ph.D., Professor of Geology, Reynolds Community College -- Are you looking for an outdoor activity for fossil lovers and their families? Get everyone outside for some fossil hunting at York River State Park! Along the banks of the York River, this park is within an hour’s drive from Richmond.
PBS LearningMedia and the Smithsonian Science Education Center today (8/18/15) announced a partnership to bring new digital resources to teachers and students. Beginning today, the professional development series Good Thinking! will now be available on PBS LearningMedia, the media-on-demand service for educators that serves over 1.6 million users across the country.
I woke up at 3:00 a.m.. Why? Fate, I guess. I live near the UR campus under the canopy of a primeval forest. Meteor watching from my backyard doesn’t work very well. The UR campus, however, does offer some decent openings onto the night sky. I parked by the practice fields and looked out. Fortunately, I drive a convertible and was able to recline in the comfort of the car and gaze out. Campus lighting pretty well eliminated a quarter of the sky closest to the horizon on the campus side of the car. The rest of the sky was dark enough.
Science Museum of Virginia Outreach Educator and MiX Master Matt Baker participated in the VA Innovation Challenge Creation Series Make-a-thon at the Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia.