Miami Science Museum

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The Miami Science Museum inspires people of all ages and cultures to enjoy science and technology, in order to better understand ourselves and our world.

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      Credly Member

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      Credly is the universal way to recognize, store, and share evidence of lifelong achievement in any setting. This credit recognizes those who have joined and are now active members of the growing Credly community.

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      The bearer of this badge is a member of Credly and is empowered to give credit where and when credit is due.

    • Issue Date

      07/25/13

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      Credly

    • Testimonial

      "Today we give credit to Miami Science Museum for being a part of a growing movement to recognize life's achievements and make them visible when and where it matters."

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      Arctic Co-Explorer

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      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/27/13

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      Never

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      Arctic Co-Explorer

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      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/27/13

    • Expiration

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      Arctic Co-Explorer

    • Description

      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      10/26/13

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      Arctic Co-Explorer

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      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/27/13

    • Expiration

      Never

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      Arctic Co-Explorer

    • Description

      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/27/13

    • Expiration

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      Arctic Co-Explorer

    • Description

      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/27/13

    • Expiration

      Never

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  • Badge Details

    • Title

      Arctic Co-Explorer

    • Description

      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/27/13

    • Expiration

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  • Badge Details

    • Title

      Arctic Co-Explorer

    • Description

      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/27/13

    • Expiration

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    • Title

      Arctic Co-Explorer

    • Description

      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/18/13

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      Arctic Co-Explorer

    • Description

      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/27/13

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  • Badge Details

    • Title

      Arctic Co-Explorer

    • Description

      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/10/13

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    • Title

      Arctic Co-Explorer

    • Description

      This badge recognizes those who are interacting online with an international Arctic expedition team as they study climate processes in the polar region, including physical oceanography, atmospheric science, ocean chemistry, and the carbon cycle. The expedition, which is organized by the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with support from the National Science Foundation, is being shared online through the efforts of the Miami Science Museum.

    • Criteria

      The goal of the expedition is to enhance early-career scientists knowledge, skill, and awareness of Arctic processes while promoting collaboration with well established scientists, in order to increase our understanding of changes in the Arctic. The "Arctic Co-Explorers" are interacting using social media with Lindsay Bartholomew, Science Curator at the Miami Science Museum, as she shares reports from aboard the Akademik Fyodorov, the Russian research vessel carrying the expedition team.

    • Issue Date

      09/10/13

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