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HMNS Outreach

Sports Science: Pitching!
October 14, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

We, as a nation, love applied physics. If anything, that’s all that sports are. With the Houston Astros on the brink of advancing further in the 2015 Major League Baseball playoffs, take a look at this physics-based pitching preview of tonight’s American League Divisional Series Game 5 matchup between the Astros and the Kansas City […]

Sahil Patel: Legacy Camper
June 16, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

Once in a while, the Houston Museum of Natural Science Xplorations program gives children so much enthusiasm about science that they never really leave the museum. Sahil Patel discovered the museum as a child with the Xplorations program, and moved on to become an Ecoteen as he grew older. Now, he is an HMNS Outreach […]

Unmasking Everyday Superheroes with HMNS Outreach!
January 24, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

Up in the sky, look! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Wait, no, it actually is a bird, flying faster than most cars. Superpowers, such as the Flash-like super speed of the peregrine falcon above, are abundant throughout the natural world and specifically highlighted by several specimens in the HMNS Outreach collection. In addition to a […]

HMNS in the Classroom: Amazing arthropods model for middle schoolers
October 16, 2014 · 1 Comment

Those expecting a typical runway show were in for a surprise; the models all had at least six legs, nobody was showing off the latest fall collection, and the paparazzi consisted of a group of art students at Johnston Middle School. HMNS’ LyondellBasell Bugs On Wheels traveled to Christina Gutierrez Gonzalez’s art class October 1-2 to […]



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