You can discover wall-to-wall science with more than 45 presenters from throughout the Capital Region and explore nanotechnology, robotics, natural sciences, chemistry, astronomy, and more with miSci, Girls Inc. Eureka Girls, the Adirondack Museum, Dudley Observatory, Time Warner Cable, Quirky, National Grid, Nano-Link, San Francisco’s Exploratorium, Scotia-Glenville Children’s Museum, WMHT and others.
miSci is Schenectady NY’s Museum of Innovation and Science. You can escape winter’s seemingly never-ending chill and discover hundreds of brilliantly colored native butterflies at miSci’s new indoor butterfly house which is open through April 19th.
Dr. Mac Sudduth is miSci’s Executive Director and he joins us to talk about the Butterfly House and other goings-on at miSci.
miSci in Schenectady, New York has a new exhibit entitled, Butterflies – it’s an indoor butterfly house and will be open through April 7.
Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center is releasing a new children’s book entitled Mister Karner Blue Book – about the Karner Blue Butterfly – they will have a release party for the book tomorrow. The book is illustrated by the students of Farnsworth Middle School and written by Natasha Permaul.
Here to tell us more about the butterfly saturation of the region are Mac Sudduth, Ph.D., miSci Executive Director, Jeffrey Folmer, Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center Director, and Neil Gifford, Conservation Director for the Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission.