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With new exhibits and shows opening all the time, the Museum is never the same place twice. Learn more about what's coming up in the next few months!
The Book Club for the Curious is designed especially for those who are interested in science and technology and how it impacts our society.
Participate in activities where you can explore the planets, defy gravity, travel across the galaxy, and more in this teens-only event!
Learn all about butterflies and caterpillars through live presentations and interpretations throughout the Museum.
The International Space Station orbits 250 miles above the Earth. Try out space activities, hear from scientists, and meet an astronaut!
Jeffrey Bennett, PhD, explains how relativity affects everything from space travel to nuclear power, and just what a black hole is anyway.
Spend three days with like-minded colleagues exploring the rich overlap between STEM education and fine arts.
Use the Engineering the Future® curriculum as a springboard for integrating science, technology, engineering, and math.
Work through key activities in each of the curriculum's four projects, sharing questions and customizing implementation plans with the group
Explore the latest research related to our sense of smell and the amazing ways it can help inform our understanding of the world around us.
Learn about Pluto, see the newest images from the New Horizons mission, and voice your opinion on whether Pluto should be a planet!
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