Creative Disruption in Schools: Re-Inventing Science Education (CANCELLED)

This event has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience.  In research as well as industry today, young professionals need core competencies such as the ability to think creatively and experiment rigorously to solve a problem, work collaboratively in teams, navigate uncertainty, and to accept failure as a pathway to success. Changing schools from a […]

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Girls Skateboarding Day

Meet at Riverside Press Park in Cambridge (River St and Memorial Drive) at the basketball courts! Learn about neuroscience while you carve out a space for women & girls at the skatepark. All ages & skill levels welcome. There will be free skate lessons from 12-4pm then at 4pm we will be sharing info on […]

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Harvard Semitic Museum

 The term “Semitic” refers to the related languages and cultures of the Ancient Near East: Israelites, Phoenicians, Egyptians, Arameans, Babylonians, Arabs, and many others. Explore a full-scale replica of an ancient Israelite home, a rich collection of antiquities from the Middle East, a full-scale reproduction of an ancient Egyptian throne belonging to Queen Hetepheres, and […]

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MIT’s Infinite Solar System

Bring your curiosity and tour our Solar System from the Sun to Pluto, scaled to their actual sizes and distances. Learn more online!  Experience for yourself what it is like to be a planetary explorer as you arrive and examine each world in fine detail. Each planet was 3d printed specifically for the installation  Explore! Facebook and Instagram @MITInfiniteSolar […]

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One Whole Step for Man: Songs of Space Travel

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing! Our intergenerational, intergalactic chorus will be presenting a program of twenty songs about the history, challenges, and potential destinations of space exploration. The program includes a slideshow of children’s artwork and projected lyrics. For audiences of all ages, entertaining both for those who remember our first […]

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The Science of Baseball

Boston University Professor Andy Andres explains how physics, biology, and math help us understand the game. Cost: Free. […]

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Observe Like an Owl: Heighten Your Senses

Do you ever walk in a forest and wonder “where are all the animals”? Trust us, they are there, but they often remain unseen unless you know how and where to look. Come join naturalists at Habitat to learn just how to spot the wonderful wildlife of a forest and observe them safely and respectfully. […]

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