Graduating students were honored alongside U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King, Jr., and Cuban biologist Gilberto Silva Taboada.
Crime scene neanderthal makes a mystery out of human relative’s extinction.
Gavriela Carver is a participant in the Museum's Science Research Mentoring Program. As a high school junior she spends up to four hours each week during the school year working in a Museum science lab.
On June 7, 2014, the Museum celebrated more than 50,000 New York City middle school students who took part in the Urban Advantage Science Initiative this school year.