APRIL BREAK 2019 - miSci (museum of innovation and science) | Kids Out and About Albany

APRIL BREAK 2019 - miSci (museum of innovation and science)


Introducing Nano (Grades K-2)
What’s the big deal about nano? Why make things so tiny? Find out how nano-sized materials are already a part of our lives.

Space Academy: Comet Mystery (Grades 3-5)
Explore interactive activities related to astronomy and space exploration with a focus on some of the smaller objects in our solar system – comets. Finish the week with an Exploration Station mission in the Challenger Learning Center.

Space Academy: Aliens & Exoplanets (Grades 3-5)
Discover the solar system and beyond and explore the possibilities of life on other planets! Finish the week with a mission in the Challenger Learning Center.

Particle Physics Introductory Mini-Course (2 days; April 23 & 24 only) (Grades 9+)
This two-day event will expose high school students to main ideas of particle physics and to current research activities in this area through lectures and hands-on activities. 

The program presented by professors from the University at Albany will cover four topics:


  • Vivek Jain - The Standard Model of Particle Physics
  • Matthew Szydagis - Looking for Missing Matter
  • Daniel Robbins - Beyond the Standard Model
  • Oleg Lunin - Symmetry in Physics

Classes are offered from 9am to 12:30pm on Tuesday and Wednesday. The only prerequisite is your curiosity. Cost is only $12 for both days (no discounts).


15 Nott Terrace Heights
Schenectady, NY, 12308
United States


518 382 7890
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