Here's a cool opportunity to see and learn about the amazing Atlantic Sturgeon in the James River! On the evenings of September 4 and September 16, join Dr. Matt Balazik, Sturgeon Biologist with the VCU Rice Center for the Sturgeon of the James River Tour.
The MathScience Innovation Center (MSiC) recently welcomed forty Challenger Learning Center Directors from across the United States and Canada. These Directors, who are responsible for the operation of their own Challenger Learning Centers, spent the day at MSiC exploring a new learning simulation platform.
What happened to you yesterday? What did you learn? Our lives are built moment by moment and our memory is what allows us to understand the past and continue to operate in the present. So, what happens if your oldest memories get totally replaced? What if we can plant fake memories? Find out what this week’s Question Your World Radio Report from the Science Museum of Virginia has to say about it.
NASA has teamed up with a lot of people in the past. So, this new collaborative project should come as no surprise. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has teamed up with the toy maker to bring yet another Barbie into this world. Mars Explorer Barbie is part of the “I Can Be” Barbie doll series by which they hope to inspire young girls to become more interested in science based careers.
Science and technology have been leading the way for massive changes throughout human history. We are healthier and more connected to each other than ever thanks to the many individuals working in the science industries. So, how about our meals? Can we more efficiently feed the planet? Can lab-grown food become a standard in our lives? Listen to this week’s Question Your World Radio Report from the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.