Date

Saturday, April 13
Noon–4:00pm

Location

Cambridge Rindge & Latin School Field House and Cambridge Public Library
449 Broadway

Cost

Free
Everyone welcome!

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Join Us!

A family-friendly expo with more than 100 ways to explore, build, learn and—most importantly—have fun!

Hold a real brain, drive an underwater robot, make liquid nitrogen ice cream, tour a lab that’s in a bus, go inside a camera obscura, and much more!

Directions

449 Broadway, Cambridge

The Carnival takes place across three separate buildings. Please enter between the Field House and Cambridge Public Library.

Walk – Bike – Take the T!
Parking is limited.

Carnival Booth Hosts

Visit each booth for incredible hands-on science activities.
Many thanks to these participating groups!

Acera School

Airflow Kinetics, LLC

Alnylam Pharmaceuticals

Amgen

ART±BIO Collaborative

Beyond Benign

BioBus

Biogen

Birches School

Blueprint Medicines

Blueprint Robotics

BosLab, Inc.

Boston Children’s Hospital

Boston Children’s Hospital, The Gaab Lab

Boston Society of Civil Engineers

Boston University Neuroscience Group

Boston University Child Development Labs

Boston University Graduate Women in Science and Engineering

Brave the Elements

Brilliant Botany

British International School of Boston

Broad Institute

Circuit Lab

City of Cambridge Community Development Department

Cambridge Public Library

City of Cambridge Recycling Division

City of Cambridge Police Department

Clark University Physics Department

Digital Media Academy

ECUSA

Edge on Science

Empow Studios

Encyclopedia of Life & City Nature Challenge

Foundation for a Green Future

FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies

Gaia Connections

Google

H3 Biomedicine

Harmonographica

Harvard Chan-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health & MIT CEHS

Harvard iGEM Club

Harvard Laboratory for Developmental Studies

Harvard MDE SUITS Team

Harvard Museums of Science and Culture

Harvard University, Science in the News

IBM

Inventor Mentor

Journal of Emerging Investigators

Jurassic Roadshow

KTByte Computer Science Academy

MA National Guard

Mass Audubon’s Boston Nature Center

MassRobotics

McLean Hospital’s Brains Matter

Microsoft

MilliporeSigma

MIT & NSF Emergent Behaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems (EBICS)

MIT American Nuclear Society Student Chapter

MIT Astrogazers

MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute

MIT Graduate Student Council

MIT Lincoln Laboratory

MIT Media Lab, Personal Robots Group

MIT Paleomagnetism Lab

MIT Research Lab of Electronics

MIT & NSF Emergent Behaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems (EBICS)

MIT American Nuclear Society Student Chapter

MIT Astrogazers

MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute

MIT Graduate Student Council

MIT Lincoln Laboratory

MIT Media Lab, Personal Robots Group

MIT Paleomagnetism Lab

MIT Research Lab of Electronics

MIT Sea Grant

MIT Shapes of Emergence

MIT Communicating Science

Mystic River Watershed Association

Needham High School Robotics Club

New England Aquarium

New England Optical Society (NES/OSA)

New England Sci-Tech

Northeastern University Communication Development Lab

Northeastern University IEEE

Novanta

Novartis

NSYCC/NESTS

OLLIE (Ocean Learning Lab and Immersive Experiences)

OpenBiome

Pfizer

Richard Harrington Art and Math

Robilis

Sense

Seres Therapeutics

Siena Construction

Society of Women Engineers

Spirit of Adventure

STEMout

Studio of Engaging Math

Tech Goes Home

Techbots Guru

The Brainstormers, FTC team 8644

Transportation YOU/ WTS Boston

TTT Mentor Program

Tufts University Department of Biomedical Engineering

UMass Boston Society of Physics Students

UMass Boston Baby Lab

United States Coast Guard Aux

Walkalong Glider

Wellman Center for Photomedicine & Massachusetts General Research Institute

Wild Rose Montessori School

Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning

Zoo New England

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