Onondaga Lake Cleanup Progress Continues
Onondaga Lake Cleanup Progress Continues; Construction Activities Begin Along I-690 – No Traffic Disruption Anticipated
Temporary Barrier Wall and Groundwater Collection Piping Installed
Local Conservation and Wildlife Groups, SUNY-ESF, and Elected Officials Join Honeywell and Wetlands Specialist to Complete Wetlands Restoration at Former LCP Site
Planting of Nearly 12,000 Trees and Plants Key Step in Habitat Restoration for Onondaga Lake Cleanup
MASS x ACCELERATION = FUN! Middle School Students Get a Creative Lesson in Sir Isaac Newton’s Laws of Motion
West Genesee and Syracuse Middle School Students Participate in Honeywell and NASA’s Award-Winning FMA Live! Science Concerts
Middle School Students Present Results of Experiments—Report on the Geology, Habitats, and Cleanup of the Onondaga Lake Watershed During Discovery Day at the MOST
Event Follows the Honeywell Summer Science Week Sponsored by Honeywell and the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology
Syracuse, NY – September 21, 2007 – “Local eighth grade students will be participating in the Honeywell Science Discovery Day on Saturday, September 22 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology (MOST), …
From Heiberg Memorial Forest to Onondaga Lake Honeywell Summer Science Week at the MOST Students Find Science Expands Minds While Having Fun
Students Analyze Scientific Results in Preparation for Honeywell Discovery Day in the Fall
Students Unlock the Secrets of Onondaga Lake’s Watershed at Honeywell Summer Science Week at the MOST
Syracuse, NY – July 16, 2007 – Beginning July 16, 55 middle school students from the Syracuse City School District, West Genesee Central School District and Solvay Union Free School District will embark on a week-long exploratory investigation of the …
From Tully Valley to Onondaga Lake 55 Middle School Students Unlock Secrets of Onondaga Lake’s Watershed
Honeywell Summer Science Week at the MOST Kicks Off with Syracuse City Proclamation, Onondaga Lake Boat Cruise and Exploration of Water Bugs, Fossils and Tree Rings; Program is Designed to Promote Science and Foster Relationships
Honeywell Collects New Data for Lake Cleanup Design and Second Phase of Barrier Wall Construction
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