A vulture that can fly to 37,000 feet is one of many odd creatures featured in the new exhibit.
Megan Driscoll Berdugo teaches geometry and calculus at Brooklyn International High School.
The money will go toward helping schools upgrade their broadband internet access.
The "rainbow experiment" that burned students is too dangerous, a local official said.
Styrofoam takes centuries to decompose, but three UWS students think they've found a new solution.
The week teaches kids about history and science with entertaining exhibits and talks.
Daniel Alhadeff is testing his idea to harness the energy created by footsteps to generate power.
DIVAS for Social Justice is sending a group of kids aged 9 to 14 to a robotics tournament on Saturday.
The newly formed Tri-Institutional Therapeutics Discovery Institute is meant to speed up drug-making.
More than 1,200 petitioners have added their names to an online campaign for the now-defunct department
At the DIVAS for Social Justice STEAM Camp, kids make robots and think about their neighborhood.
P.S. 256 was called a failing school by the DOE in 2011, but took itself off the closure list last year.
McCarren Park is hosting the museum's first pop-up exhibit with oobleck and papier-mâché.
Maria Taveras, 22, moved here from the Dominican Republic in 2006, and works as a science explainer.
The uptown science workshops allow children to experiment with magnets, electric circuits and animals.
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