3 weeks ago
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Perk Players visit North Woolmarket Elementary

Learning about science can be hard at times and some students might even think it’s boring, but the principal at North Elementary School wanted to give the students a different lesson today. This morning, the Perk Players from the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Perkinston Campus made learning a bit easier and a whole lot […]
2 months ago
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Making bath bombs from scratch

Bath bombs are growing in popularity nationwide as the fizzy bath time mixtures can relieve stress, soothe skin, and apparently teach you chemistry. Today at West Wortham Elementary, students shut their books during science class and created their own bath bombs using a system called “Thinking Maps.” This process allows students to apply text book […]
2 months ago
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NASA visit to D’Iberville Elementary School

Science can be fun when it comes to learning about space. A group of D’Iberville Elementary students had a chance to learn about space hands on today. Kindergartners blasted into space Wednesday morning as two representatives from NASA talked all things space. Eight classes sat on the edge of their chairs as they learned about […]
3 months ago
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Ryan Mahan speaks to kids about eclipse and weather

So how could experiencing a solar phenomenon like the eclipse affect our weather? WXXV’s own Ryan Mahan was giving a presentation centered around the eclipse’s impact on weather at the Infinity Science Center in Hancock County. Kids that came out for Solar Eclipse Day got a chance to ask him questions about how the eclipse […]
3 months ago
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Eclipse Day draws crowd to INFINITY Science Center

Thousands of people have traveled across the country for the best view of the 2017 solar eclipse. Many on our Coast and beyond caught a glimpse of the moment in history at the INFINITY Science Center in Hancock County. The 2017 solar eclipse was the reason millions gazed at the sun Monday, a moment in […]
3 months ago
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Solar eclipse preparation at Saucier Elementary

This coming Monday people across the country will be able to experience a solar eclipse. Something we haven’t seen in 38 years. Many schools across the state are getting ready since students will be in class for much of the event. Students at Saucier Elementary School have ventured beyond their classroom walls this week for […]
4 months ago
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Ribbon cutting of new USM toxicology building

The University of Southern Mississippi cut the ribbon on a building that will make USM the leader in eco-toxicology. The new state of the art facility will help Southern Miss conduct innovative research and more. Rainy weather did not stop the USM leaders from cutting the ribbon and opening the doors for the new toxicology […]
5 months ago
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Hooked on Science

A six part series being held at USM’s Gulf Coast Research Lab is aiming to help local fishermen catch more fish by getting them hooked on science. Tonight, marine scientists and professional fishermen will be talking about sharks. News 25’s Gina Tomlinson joins us with more.
7 months ago
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Registration open for marine summer camps

School’s almost out and registration for marine summer camp is just getting started. The Gulf Coast Research Laboratory is hosting three adventurous, educational camps for kids filled with outdoor and hands on activities. The Summer Sea Camp is a popular marine science day camp for children grades one through six. Shark Fest, for students grades […]
7 months ago
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Friendly Orcas Put on a Show for Boaters in Monterey Bay, California

Curious killer whales approached boaters in Monterey Bay, California, on April 27. A family of curious orcas approached a whale watching boat tour after they had fed on a gray whale carcass for most of the day.