Upcoming Events

April 18, 2019

Sail Through Engineering Teacher Workshop

Learn how to integrate hands-on engineering projects into your curriculum, while encouraging students to engage with science and math as tools to solve real-world problems. Free […]
April 18, 2019

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 […]
April 17, 2019

Neuroscience Paint Night

Create a painting of cerebral cortex neurons and hear about Eyewire, a cutting-edge, video game-based citizen science project. Cost: $35. 21+only.  Pre-registration required. Registration opens March […]
April 17, 2019

Whole Food Plant Based Diets: What is the Scientific Evidence?

Evidence is emerging that plant-based diets are the healthiest. Explore the underlying science and the controversies that make personal nutritional decisions difficult. Event held on 4/16 […]
April 17, 2019

You Are Being Exposed (but you don’t have to be!)

Members of the MIT, BU and Northeastern Superfund Research Programs will speak about hazardous chemicals in our everyday environment and discuss how to avoid or mitigate […]
April 17, 2019

Drawing Architecture Tour

Join MIT Museum Curatorial Associate Daryl McCurdy to explore the new exhibition, Drawing, Designing, Thinking: 150 Years of Teaching Architecture at MIT. Cost: Included with museum admission. […]
April 17, 2019

Accessible Technology: New Ways to Interface with the World

Find out how researchers are working to create a more inclusive world allowing access to everything from information to transportation for all ages, languages, and physical […]
April 17, 2019

MIT’s Infinite Solar System Tours

In addition to the exhibit being open for self-guided tours, we will also be offering a few guided tours during Cambridge Science Festival on Wednesday 4/17 […]
April 17, 2019

Quantum Dot Workshop

Learn what quantum dots are and how they are critical to creating many types of nanotechnology in this hands-on worksop. Cost: $23. Includes museum admission. Teens, […]