Stories with 'science' tag

Free event! Workshop on Climate Change in the Americas on Miami Beach

“Climate Change in the Americas” is the theme of the 35th edition of the annual Journalists & Editors Workshop on Latin America and the Caribbean to be held on March 27-28, 2018, at Florida International University’s Miami Beach Urban Studios. Each year, FIU’s Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center and School of Communication+Journalism partner […]

/ March 19, 2018


Wild Vizcaya

Attention children and families! Join Vizcaya, and a team of scientists and experts, to find and catalogue the wildlife living at Vizcaya. Learn techniques for exploring, observing, collecting data, and uploading photographs using iNaturalist on your phone or tablet. This is not required to participate. FREE with museum admission. No pre-registration required.

/ January 26, 2018


Wild Vizcaya: Nocturnal Edition

Bring the family and friends to encounter many kinds of nocturnal life in Vizcaya’s preserved habitats. See the bugs that call Vizcaya home with techniques to attract insects like “light sheets”, make bat-houses to install at your own homes and more! FREE for Vizcaya Members.

/ January 26, 2018


Data Science SALON in Miami on Feb 8-9

Join us for Two Days of Workshops and Talks on Data Science, Machine Learning and AI in Finance and Technology. First 10 people register for FREE!

/ January 18, 2018


Exploring the Curious Vault

For decades, The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science has been amassing quite the eclectic collection of oddities and curiosities. And they’ve been showing them off at special events blending music, art, and science. Here’s your chance to explore the Curious Vault for yourself.

/ July 8, 2015


Seven Deadly Invasive Species

We’ve got all you need to know about the invasive pests devastating South Florida’s ecosystem, and tips on what you can do to help.

/ June 17, 2015


Does Miami actually care about sea-level rise?

The scientists agree. A task force reported. Even the Pentagon is concerned. So, why don’t more of us care about Miami’s sea level rise problem? Nathaniel Sandler takes aim at apathy here in Atlantis.

/ February 10, 2015