A limited edition as rare as its namesake: a Unicorn Slime Frappuccino. ???? (Safe for play, not to eat!)

Make your own slime creations with our instructions: [ Bit.ly Link ]
A limited edition as rare as its namesake a Unicorn Slime Frappuccino
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If you wrote to the Museum with a question about past exhibits, historic artifacts, or other topics requiring some research, you probably connected with Sarah Rosenbloom—who is celebrating her 90th birthday today.

Sarah has been a volunteer with MSI since 1983, currently serving on the Think Tank team in our Collections Department that helps research and answer some of the questions we...
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MSI's William Davidson—the technician who keeps The Great Train Story and its more than 25 trains running every day—met with Chicago Transit Authority's president, Dorval Carter, to discuss their shared passion. William gave Mr. Carter a behind-the-scenes tour of the exhibit, and Mr. Carter presented William with a custom-made CTA sign.
MSIs William Davidsonthe technician who keeps The Great Train Story and its
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Unleash your inner builder—and bargain hunter. When you visit our Brick by Brick exhibit, use your ticket to buy one ticket to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago in Schaumburg and get the second for free! [ Bit.ly Link ]
Unleash your inner builderand bargain hunter When you visit our Brick by

Brick by Brick

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Listen to this: The purpose of ear wax and how it is produced
Listen to this: The purpose of ear wax and how it is produced

Nature’s Ear Plugs

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Spend the night at the Museum on May 5 during the annual Member Camp-in! MSI Members, register now for an overnight adventure at the coolest campground in Chicago. Not a member? Join today and enjoy this event, in addition to free Museum Entry all summer.
Spend the night at the Museum on May 5 during the annual

MSI Member Camp-In 2017

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Robots that can throw, grip, climb and cuddle—all in one place! Visit MSI tomorrow (Friday, April 14) and Saturday, April 15 to celebrate the final days of National Robotics Week! [ Bit.ly Link ]
Robots that can throw grip climb and cuddleall in one place Visit

Final Days: National Robotics Week

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Diane Ore
While playing Future Energy Chicago, you become the city planner tasked with building a future neighborhood that’s walkable and energy efficient. Arrange a mix of residential spaces and public places close together, and watch as fewer cars appear on the roads and more pedestrians fill the sidewalks.
While playing Future Energy Chicago you become the city planner tasked with
Exclusive online savings plus extended hours: Buy tickets online to save $2 per ticket, and when you visit next week we’ll be open later from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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Come cuddle with this fluffy robot during National Robotics Week on Saturday-Sunday, April 8-9 and Friday-Saturday, 14-15 from 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Other robots from student teams and universities will also be on display—all included with a Museum Entry ticket. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Come cuddle with this fluffy robot during National Robotics Week on SaturdaySunday
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Happy 100th to Chicago’s favorite symbol—our iconic flag! The red stars symbolize historic events in Chicago’s history, the white stripes represent the North, West and South sides of the city, and finally the blue stripes stand for Lake Michigan and the Chicago river. For those of you who love representing Chicago as much as we do, we’ve recreated the flag in LEGO bricks—now available as a...
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Museum of Science and Industry | Adult LEGO® Brick Chicago Flag T-shirt

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Wayne Hunter
Play ball!
Play ball
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Lois Matthews
Happy April Fool’s Day! Now you can trust us when we debunk a list of MSI myths that nobody actually believes.
Happy April Fools Day Now you can trust us when we debunk

Top MSI Myths

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Make plans to *make* at MSI this spring break! Get tickets for the Fab Lab, where you can design and watch your own 3D printed creation come to life: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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In 1931, the Museum was under extensive renovations before becoming the MSI you know today. This image showcases the West Pavilion, looking northeast from Cornell Drive. #ThrowbackThursday
In 1931 the Museum was under extensive renovations before becoming the MSI
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In our newest exhibit, you'll witness how gigantic glaciers disappear in just a few years. The photographer who captured these moments spoke with Chicago Tonight to explain how his own work impacted his views on climate change.
In our newest exhibit youll witness how gigantic glaciers disappear in just

‘Extreme Ice’ at MSI Takes Dramatic Look at Climate Change

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Extended hours means extended fun at MSI this spring break! Beginning today through Sunday, April 2, the Museum will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Extended hours will also be offered from Saturday, April 8 through Saturday, April 15. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Extended hours means extended fun at MSI this spring break Beginning today

Extended Hours at MSI through April 2

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Are your *wheels* still spinning about what to do during spring break? Bring the family to MSI for a trip to Brick by Brick to see 13 giant LEGO® brick structures—buy your tickets online and save $2 per person! [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Penny Lynn
Witness Earth’s diminishing glaciers captured on film in Extreme Ice, MSI's newest temporary exhibit. Through dozens of stunning photographs and time-lapse videos captured by American photographer James Balog, see the dramatic extent of melting glaciers around the world—such as the Bridge Glacier in British Columbia, pictured here in 2009 and 2012. [ Bit.ly Link ]

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