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MSI kicked off the school year for Chicago Public Schools students by offering those who attend the first day of school free Museum Entry, for the 12th year in a row.
High school seniors from across the Chicago area were honored for their passion for science at an event celebrating MSI's Science Achievers youth development program.
Kids become superheroes to fight off Dr. Brain Drain with hands-on science activities offered through MSI's annual Summer Brain Games program.
A four-year, nearly $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation will support a multiyear study of MSI's teen programs.
MSI expands access to its Fab Lab so more Chicago students and Museum guests can explore 3D printing and other cutting-edge technology, coinciding with President Obama's National Week of Making June 12-18, 2015.
A study by an international K-12 education policy expert at Michigan State University finds that MSI teacher courses significantly improve what teachers and their students know about science.
A two-year grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York is allowing MSI to strengthen its science teacher education coursework.
Explore elements and reactions, and connect chemistry with the world around you.
Get the heart pumping in a new way with the Virtual Heart app, based on the interactive heart in YOU! The Experience.
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