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Educator How To: Make Your Own Ancient Chinese Compass!
February 21, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

  The compass, historically one of the most important aids to navigation, helped to drive the great sea voyages of Europe’s Age of Discovery. The compass, a Chinese invention, was introduced to Europeans by way of Arab traders in the 13th century. Two thousand years ago the Chinese had already developed a primitive working compass.  […]

Expand Your Knowledge and Your Palate this National Caviar Day!
July 18, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

by A Fare Extraordinaire Happy National Caviar Day! Caviar is one of our favorite items to add to your menu to bring an extra touch of elegance to any event. In honor of National Caviar Day, we would love to share some fun facts, recipe tips and secret tricks to our favorite menu item! When most […]

The Science of Ceviche – A Summer Seafood Favorite
June 28, 2016 · 1 Comment

Written by Ashley Zalta, HMNS Special Events Manager Nothing is more refreshing than the cool delight of eating ceviche on a hot summer’s eve. Here at HMNS, one of our exclusive caterers—Mélange—are experts on this summertime staple and have a few tips (and recipes!) to share. Why can we eat ceviche raw?The fish is actually […]

SHARK!
August 25, 2014 · Be The First To Comment

This post was written by Diana Birney, Supervising Marine Biologist for our upcoming SHARK! exhibit, opening August 29, 2015. We fear them, we love them, and we are fascinated by them. We have a whole week on television dedicated to them that draws millions of viewers every year. Humans have an amazing obsession with this interesting group […]


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