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The Book Club for the Curious is designed especially for those who are interested in science and technology and how it impacts our society.
Enjoy an array of Design Challenges plus additional fun, hands-on engineering-themed programming throughout the Museum's Exhibit Halls.
Add your voice to a conversation about preparing for the future with planners and stakeholders facing these decisions.
Find out how intimations of mortality influence everything from the mundane to the momentous.
Join Museum educators and local researchers as they explore the effects of brain chemistry on human behavior and health.
Under the Planetarium's full-dome expanse, experience the thrills, challenges, and serendipity of wildlife photography.
Share your perspectives on the risks, benefits, and ecological impacts of consuming seafood and consider ways to address these concerns.
Imagine, and explore a world that's too small to see. Nano Days is a nationwide celebration of nanoscale science, and you're invited!
Learn what it takes to train for a long distance race like the Boston Marathon through interpretations, live presentations, and more!
This fun, surprising documentary showcases how sports can be the great equalizer for individuals with physical disabilities.
Save the date and join us in the Museum's Blue Wing as we celebrate the 2016 Stars of STEM!
Join The Innovators and dance the night away during the first-ever Stars of STEM Celebration After Party!
Join the fun at the Museum during this year's Cambridge Science Festival, with activities showcasing science, engineering, and math!
Learn about a newly developed gene-editing technique, its benefits and risks, and share your opinion about potential applications.
Come to the Charles Hayden Planetarium for an evening of live storytelling, radio, and music under the stars.
Join game designer Jared Sorensen and the Charles Hayden Planetarium team as we break new ground in the Planetarium dome.
Savor this very special live podcast event featuring everything from live microscopy to interactive tastings!
Learn about the effects of these cognitive enhancers and how students are using them at this interactive forum.
Indulge in a rare quartet performance where gongs and exotic percussion instruments take Ian Ethan's new compositions into new dimensions.
Meet Nicole and Jonas Maines with Dr. Norman P. Spack and hear about the journey of discovery and change in the Maines family's life.
Discuss potential issues and share your perspectives with scientists, students, and other members of the engineering biology community.
Should we tinker with the mosquito in order to eradicate diseases like malaria? Come discuss the potential benefits and tradeoffs.
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