The Museum of Science and Industry has announced a new partnership with the University of South Florida.

The arrangement will enable MOSI and USF to continue their relationship and interact on a larger scale. The two organizations will look for ways to interact more, including increased internships, more science projects and additional public outreach.

The museum provides science, technology, engineering, art and medical education to students and members of the Bay area community.

USF and MOSI officials said hopefully the continued arrangement will create more STEAMM (science, technology, engineering, art, math and medicine) students in the future.

"Together, we will make a real difference inspiring and educating the next generation of STEAM professionals," said Molly Demeulenaere, Interim President and CEO of MOSI. "All while entertaining and delighting our community."