Science Carnival & Robot Zoo 2020

Date

Saturday, April 18, 2020
Noon–4:00pm

Location

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

Cost

Free
Everyone welcome!

Photo credit mneyid.com

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.

2019 Carnival Booth Hosts
Stay tuned for 2020 Hosts!

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 // BU Child Development Labs // BU Graduate Women in Science and Engineering // Brave the Elements // Brilliant Botany // BuildAnEMDrive. org // Circuit Lab // City of Cambridge Community Development Department // City of 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 and City Nature Challenge // Foundation for a Green Future // Foundation Medicine // FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies // Gaia Connections // Google // H3 Biomedicine // Harmonographica // Harvard Chan-NIEHS & 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 // Leica Biosystems // MA National Guard // Mass Audubon’s Boston Nature Center // MassRobotics // McLean Hospital’s Brains Matter // Microsoft // MilliporeSigma // MIT & NSF (EBICS) // MIT American Nuclear Society Student Chapter // MIT and Harvard, Broad Institute // 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 // OpenBiome // Pfi zer // Philips Research North America // 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 // United States Coast Guard Aux // UMass Boston Baby Lab // Walkalong Glider // Wellman Center for Photomedicine & Massachusetts General Research Institute // Wild Rose Montessori School // Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning // Zoo New England … and More

Photo credit mneyid.com