Before adventuring to Makoshika State Park, try this meteor versus dinosaur activity!
A 3-hour drive from Billings sits Makoshika State Park, which can give you a peek back in time (around 66 million years ago), offering an impressive physical reminder of the last days of some of Earth's biggest animals.
Journeying from the pages to a practical application of our STEAM Spotlights!
A 3-hour drive from Billings sits Makoshika State Park, which can give you a peek back in time (around 66 million years ago), offering an impressive physical reminder of the last days of some of Earth...
Exploring chemical reactions that produce heat and expand (thanks to Home Science Tools' Fizz, Foam, Fire! activity).
Because fireworks are so common, it might be easy to overlook the hours upon hours of detailed, behind-the-scenes work needed to launch a dazzling display.
Making your own indoor planetarium is fast, easy, and can even be done on camping trips!
Make the most of your summer stargazing experiences in Big Sky Country!
“Light pollution continues to grow almost imperceptibly in Montana, literally one light at a time,” said John Ashley, board chair of the Montana Chapter of the IDA and author of the award-winning book...
The next time you decide to stop and smell the roses, you'll know the hows and whys of a flower's scent!
The MSU-B Science Expo's connecting of young scientists with scientific professionals in the community is one of the event's highlights, says Dr. Daniel Willems.
Go behind the scenes with MSUB's Math Circle - a place that helps students to see math from a different angle while being creative and seeing how it connects with different games and puzzles.
Ever wonder what's happening beneath the frozen surfaces during winter? Like, where did everybody go? Turns out, not far.
Taking care of your mental health, particularly when this season might feel less than merry, is critical. Scientists, physicians, and therapists know that repeated stress can...
As record numbers of families turn to home school and distance learning this year, many parents and caregivers are working their way up the steep learning curve of teaching around the kitchen table. S...
Around this time of year, spiders start making their often unwelcome appearance inside as the weather turns cooler. But before you reach for the shoe, it’s important to know how beneficial these anima...
It’s arguably one of the best offerings of fall: tree branches exploding with color in the delightfully crisp air. But why do leaves change color this time of year? We all know that it happens, but wh...
Go inside the hive and get the buzz on honeybees.
Up a rough and rocky road off I-90 about 18 miles east of Butte, a fascinating discovery awaits those willing to make the often-treacherous drive. Rising from a small dusty parking lot is a roughly 12...
We all know that a snowflake is as unique as a fingerprint, but did you ever wonder what happens along the way to make it so?
Discover more about the world of Citizen Science - a growing movement that harnesses the power of the internet and our collective observations to further scientific research.
New spaces and new ideas at Wise Wonders aims to engage kids of all ages (including the young at heart).
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In April 2021 Wise Wonders Science and Discovery Museum reopened its doors for the first time since the pandemic-caused shutdown in 2020. The museum used the year for expansion, growth, and new ideas!
Billings School District 2 has partnered with MSUB, bringing the 1+3 Educator Pathway Program to high school seniors interested in majoring in Education.