Over 20 unique and creative ideas from across the Smithsonian for engaging learners
Want to learn how cooking transforms beef’s flavor? Meat scientists have the answers.
AR/VR technologies give audiences new ways to experience museums that complement a traditional visit, engaging visitors and fueling learning opportunities
When grappling with our current moment of increased hate and violence, AAPI students need the educational resources to contextualize what we are witnessing
Developed in the United Kingdom, ENO Breathe is a virtual program that rehabilitates patients through the art of song
'Martina and the Bridge of Time' tells the story of the Isthmus' formation and evolution through the adventures of a young Panamanian girl
Thinking Huts, a nonprofit founded by a 15-year-old, plans to kick off construction in Madagascar this summer
Educators can make a big difference in the lives of young students who have never met a scientist, seen a microscope, or been to a museum
These online experiences offer children opportunities to explore, discover, create and go behind the scenes at the museums—online
With screen time at a high during the Covid-19 pandemic, two educators offer some advice
The pandemic has shown that museums have an important role to play as integral members of their communities
Take a deep dive into the Smithsonian's artifacts and archives and explore the legacy of America's historically Black colleges and universities
Thanks to a Harvard-Smithsonian mentoring program, high school students Kartik Pinglé and Jasmine Wright helped discover new worlds
The research could help zoologists understand what makes tuataras so genetically different from all other reptiles.
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