CENTER of SCIENCE
We're Touched by Science
At the Michigan Science Center, we inspire curious minds of all ages to discover, explore and appreciate STEM in a creative and dynamic learning environment. We do it using informal learning techniques that emphasize hands-on, minds-on interactivity through engaging exhibits, theater shows and programs that put you at the center of it all.
What's Happening at MiSci
The STEMinista Project
What can a girl do with STEM?
She can cure a disease, build a website or discover a new planet. She can create her own video games, design a new car seat for her little brother or create a new nail polish color. She can make a new recipe for people with allergies or even help build a better airplane. Actually, a girl can do anything with STEM. Middle school girls who are curious about the world around them and how things work are invited to be a part of our STEMinista Project!
The STEMinista Project! Is made possible with the generous support of General Motors, Ford Motor Company, The Zatkoff Family Legacy Fund, and PNC Foundation.
Whether for yourself, your family or even a gift for a loved one, a membership to the Michigan Science Center almost pays for itself in just one visit. By joining MiSci, you become a part of our mission to inspire curious minds. Your membership also supports the innovation and operation of our STEM-focused exhibits, programs and events. Enjoy exploring our over 220 hands-on exhibits and participating in amazing science demonstrations with each and every visit. You’ll even get discounts to theater shows, along with special access to exhibit openings and events.
From Our Feeds
Happy #MathAliveMonday, folks! This week, we meet Dr. Robin Murphy, a rescue roboticist who programs robots for use in search and rescue missions after disasters. Visit to learn more, and to plan your visit today! https://t.co/NG6v6izEteRead More
Happy Hanukkah! In 1993, Astronaut Jeffrey Hoffman wondered what would happen to a dreidel spun in zero gravity. Aboard Space Shuttle Endeavor, Hoffman's dreidel spun for an entire hour-this is because dreidels obey the principle of conservation of angular momentum. https://t.co/E3ZORqYmKpRead More
Our final #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth scientist feature is an inventor and visionary scientist who holds over 100 patents pending and issued. T. David Petite, a member of the Fon du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa tribe, is best known for developing wireless mesh technology. https://t.co/XFLorH7Yo0Read More