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  1. OUR STORY: Learn about the history of Wardenclyffe, Nikola Tesla's last remaining laboratory, and its future as a world-class science center dedicated to education and innovation.

    • Our Mission

      To develop the site of Nikola Tesla’s last remaining...

    • About Nikola Tesla

      Well, yes. But long before his name was used by various...

    • Board Of Directors

      Our Board of Directors. The TSCW Board drives our mission...

    • Staff Members

      Jennifer Rocca is a local resident of Wading River, Long...

  2. Explore Wardenclyffe during a one-hour guided walking tour of the grounds outside of Nikola Tesla's famous laboratory. You'll discover key elements of the past that remain at Wardenclyffe, as well as features that reflect the current and future of this landmark site, including:

  3. The laboratory can still be seen on the north side of Route 25A between the intersection of Randall Road and the Fire Department in Shoreham, Long Island in New York. Constructed during the period of 1901-05, the Wardenclyffe facility was based on one of Tesla’s most revolutionary ideas.

  4. The Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe (also known as TSCW) is a nonprofit organization established to develop a regional science and technology center, museum and makerspace at the site of Nikola Tesla's former Wardenclyffe laboratory on Long Island, New York.

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  5. Jul 10, 2014 · Tesla's lab on the North Shore of eastern Long Island is destined to become a museum dedicated to the inventor.(Image credit: Megan Gannon for Live Science) SHOREHAM, N.Y. — Nikola...

  6. Sep 25, 2011 · Todd Aydelotte will take on ‘The Nikola Tesla,’ a 70-mile “ultra-run” from NYC to Shoreham, Long Island, tracing Tesla’s extraordinary achievements. January 9-10 Read More

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