Museum of Science & Industry

The Museum of Science & Industry in Tampa, FL has just received a grant from the State of Florida for $12.6 million to help with their new innovation gallery that will open next summer.
MOSI says the grant is part of Governor Rick Scott's initiative to invest in science and education initiatives. The Institute claims it is the first time MOSI has worked directly with the state on any sort of funding initiative.
The new Innovation Gallery will be a research center designed to allow people to tinker and create using real equipment found at major colleges around the country. This includes 3D printers, high-powered microscopes, laser cutters, gene sequencers and a solar simulator, to name a few.

What to Expect

The Innovation gallery will also include an education center boasting nearly 18,000 square feet of STEM learning space. The Institute has surpassed its own fundraising goal for this section of the project, raising more than $7 million since launching the effort in 2012.
"MOSI's new Innovations Gallery will be the most unique and powerful space for engaging, inspiring and equipping our community with science and technology skills," said Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn. "I am proud to support MOSI's vision of making our city a place where we celebrate science and learn through exploration."
The Institute hopes that this new innovation gallery will help them to remain a vital part of the Tampa Bay community, while also showing that science can be fun.
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