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Killer Snails: Assassins of the Sea available on Kickstarter

A year ago a group of teenagers spent a week at the Museum working with marine biochemist, Dr. MandĂ« Holford, game designer Nicholas Fortugno of Playmatics, and our team of science educators to assist in the development of a new … Continue reading

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Maybe Bad Breath Isn’t So Bad!

Hi Everyone, Eric again with my report on the most recent Lang class we had to develop a card game about gut microbes. We were excited for Susan Perkins (AMNH scientist and curator of the upcoming exhibit explored by this game) … Continue reading

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Launch of #scienceFTW: Building Card Games at The American Museum of Natural History

Today I am delighted to launch not just the new Minecraft@Museum program but also the super-awesome #scienceFTW: Building Card Games program. In #scienceFTW youth will collaborate with game designers and Museum staff to build two new games about pterosaurs and … Continue reading

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