The Art & Science of Beer with Gique and Guinness

Gique’s Art & Science of Beer Event brings people together to celebrate the art & science of craft beer in an effort to raise money and awareness for our educational programs. Join us during the 2018 Cambridge Science Festival for a private Guinness beer tasting experience, plus an art and history lesson with a Guinness […]

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You’re the Expert

You’re the Expert is a live show and a podcast hosted by Chris Duffy. Through game show segments and hilariously misguided guesses, a panel of comedians will try to get to the bottom of what a distinguished scientist studies all day. This year, You’re the Expert will have two live shows featuring two amazing scientists! […]

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You’re the Expert

You’re the Expert is a live show and a podcast hosted by Chris Duffy. Through game show segments and hilariously misguided guesses, a panel of comedians will try to get to the bottom of what a distinguished scientist studies all day. This year, You’re the Expert will have two live shows featuring two amazing scientists! […]

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Fake Science with ImprovBoston

Immersive science meets immersive comedy as ImprovBoston’s professional improvisers create games, scenes, and songs out of thin air using the Planetarium’s state-of-the-art projections, surround sound and 360-degree videos. Purchase tickets in advance. Photo Credit: Caitlin Cunningham […]

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3D Printing: The Wave of the Future

Come and learn all about the exciting world of 3D printing! Since its inception, 3D printing has been innovative in various industries such as biomedical, manufacturing, industry and socioculture. Learn about efforts being made both in the United States and Armenia. Experts in Armenia believe that 3D printing there has the potential to be competitive […]

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A Dive into the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument

The Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument, located just 150 miles off the coast of Cape Cod, is home to endangered whales, 1,000-year-old deep-sea coral communities, and a plethora of fish and seabird species. Designated on September 15, 2016, by President Barack Obama, this is New England’s only marine monument and the only marine […]

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Draper and NOVA Science Arcade

Draper — a world leader in engineering— and NOVA— the most-watched science documentary series on American television — are hosting an evening of scientific inquiry, gaming and innovation. For working professionals and graduate students, this event is an opportunity to learn more about Draper’s engineering capabilities and NOVA’s work in science communication. Attendees can explore exhibits, watch […]

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Aerocene and the Future in a Fossil-Free World

  MIT Visiting Artist Tomás Saraceno, MIT Senior Lecturer in Meteorology Lodovica Illari, Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry Daniel Cziczo and Morningstar Professor of Physics Robert Jaffe discuss how the solar-powered sculptures of the Aerocene project inspire us to think of a different way to interact with the environment. A panel discussion will be moderated by […]

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Science Diplomacy in Boston

Do you like science? And politics? Come find out about Science Diplomacy! Learn about this emerging field of diplomacy at a panel with local Science Attachés and Science Diplomacy experts. You will hear about science diplomacy in the Arctic from Professor Paul Berkman, using science to strengthen relationships in Israel, the Netherland’s perspective on innovation, […]

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