SEE wins Entrepreneurs’ Fund AMP grant and purchases 3,000 square foot Genome exhibit, now called BiologYou. Ten exhibits completely refurbished.
Community Development Finance Authority awards SEE highly competitive grant award of $200,000 in Tax Credits for new and refurbished exhibits.
Science “In the Kitchen” with Chef Nicole exhibit for Early Explorers is added. Five weeks of summer camp programming are offered for the first time.
SEE becomes an IRS designated independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. SEE celebrates its 25th Anniversary.
SEE celebrates its 20th anniversary with record attendance. The LEGO® Millyard Project completed and dedicated. The SEE Mobile reaches over 1,500 students.
Additional space completely renovated and a staircase added to double the exhibit floor space of the SEE Science Center The LEGO® Millyard Project launched.
SEE hosts another successful Robotic Dinosaurs exhibit on site, allowing teachers to combine a SEE tour or lab with a Dinosaur visit for a fantastic field trip combination.
SEE moves to a larger space at 200 Bedford Street—adding many new exhibits. A new Chemistry Lab is developed to offer chemistry experimentation to students on field trips.