Posts Tagged ‘science’

@BYTES1GHz Tech Brief: Nerds Create Awesome 3D Tech, Make Fetus Keychains

Written by @BYTES1GHz on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive, Technology

Picture 3 .@BYTES1GHz is a single serving of undigested tech for the unfocused and/or unconcerned. Don’t be disappoint. Like. Enjoy. Tech Brief of the Day: Nerds Create Awesome 3D Imaging/Printing Tech, Make Keychains Of Fetuses #WhutItDo: The next big thing in annoying baby photos is here. Thankfully, it’s both tasteless and subtly disturbing. A group of Cyber [&hellip
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A Guide to Educational Summer Day Camps

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Continuing Education, Family, Our Town, Our Town Downtown, Special Sections, West Side Spirit

By Meghan Gearino, Kat Harrison and Elizabeth Raymond   We doubt that anyone thinks of New York City as a summer camp mecca—but by most standards, it really is. Consider all the children’s activity centers and enrichment programs that the city is blessed with—some go on hiatus and some slow down in the summertime, offering [&hellip
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City Week: June 11-June 17

Written by admin on . Posted in Arts & Film

A Selective Listing of Recommended Cultural & Community Events Compiled by Max A. Goldstein Friday, June 11 Young Picassos—Arts in Action, an after-school arts program and summer camp, sells color prints of student work. Proceeds support a scholarship program for children who need financial need. Little Shop of Crafts, 711 Amsterdam Ave., 212-864-4833; 5:30 to [&hellip
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Science, Straight Up

Written by admin on . Posted in Arts & Film

For the last few months, crowds of youthful, well-groomed New Yorkers have flocked to the American Museum of Natural History the first Wednesday of each month to hear lectures on Darwin and social media, the search for life in the universe and the biological basis for greed. An added enticement? Free admission, a DJ and [&hellip
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