science

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…

Mississippi Region VI Science and Engineering Fair

One hypothesis that proved correct for anyone who took a visit to the regional science fair in Biloxi this morning was that the students in South Mississippi are pretty sharp. Seven hundred students and their science projects filled the Coast…

Ocean Springs High School Science Fair

Students are putting science skills to the test at Ocean Springs High School. An entire semester’s worth of work in projects filled the classroom at the high school this afternoon. Every year a group of students research, perform experiments, and…

Marine Biology Stewardship Event

How would you prepare for another devastating hurricane? The stewardship program was held at the Gulf Coast Research Lab in Jackson County. Over 80 students from Pascagoula and Gautier schools presented their semester long project to a group of judges.…

Rube Goldberg Day at Ocean Springs High School

Snapping a photo never looked more complex than it did at Ocean Springs High School today. This complex machine that performs one simple task was just one of the many Rube Goldberg machines on display today. Ocean Springs High School…

VROOM Program by United Way of South MS

News 25's Toni Miles interviews Sam Evans of United Way of South Mississippi about the VROOM Program by United Way of South MS for parents with young children who are interested in Science. For more information please goto www.joinvroom.org

Bays And Bayous Symposium Biloxi

From thoughts to action restoration on the Gulf Coast: that's the theme and goal of the 2016 Bays and Bayous Symposium. The event being held at the Coast Coliseum brings together scientists and restoration practitioners every two years to give…

Pathways2Possibilities

News 25's Laurene Callander tells us about the Pathways2Possibilities career expo happening today at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum.

Spotting the Supermoon

The brightest moon in almost 69 years is lighting up night skies all around the world this week. It’s called the Super Moon, a term MGCCC Instructor of Chemistry and Physics Van Stringfellow says was coined back in 1979. The…

New Ocean Science and Technology School at USM Gulf Park

Tragedies like hurricanes and oil spills have caused a need for more ocean studies. The University of Southern Miss will have a school just for that right here on the Gulf Coast. Today, Southern Miss announced their new School of…

'Lost City' Mystery Solved

Tourists thought they had discovered an underwater 'lost city' close to the Greek island of Zakynthos. Turns out it all results from a natural phenomenon.

Region VI Science and Engineering Fair

Have you ever tried to solve a Rubik’s Cube in less than five minutes? Well, there’s a machine that’s built to do just that. It was built by a local student here on the Coast. It’s just one of the…

Coding System Comes to the Coast

Robots, coding, and programming all seem like foreign concepts to many adults but a classroom full of fifth graders at Ocean Springs Upper Elementary makes it all look simple. News 25’s Laurene Callander caught up with these tech wizards on…

Students Test Newton's Laws of Motion

Science students at Stone Middle School tested out Newton’s Laws of Motion by performing egg drops at different heights and racing self-made cars using balloons as power sources