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  • Astronomy After Hours

    How awesome is astronomy? Participate in the Museum's free Friday night astronomy activities, including stargazing and more, and find out!

  • Depression, Suicide, and Resilience

    Step into the world of depression and to the forefront of techniques that may reduce its pervasiveness and the incidence of suicide.

  • Beyond the Telescope: Supernova Forensics

    Go from the depths of Earth's oceans to the far reaches of the universe to unlock the secrets behind supernovae, the explosive deaths of stars.

  • NanoDays 2015

    Imagine, discover, and explore a world that's too small to see. NanoDays is a nationwide celebration of nanoscale science, and you're invited!

  • Book Club for the Curious

    The Book Club for the Curious is designed especially for those who are interested in science and technology and how it impacts our society.

  • The Science Behind the Stars

    Save the date for the 6th annual signature event of the Museum of Science, The Science Behind the Stars!

  • Cambridge Science Festival

    Join the fun at the Museum during this year's Cambridge Science Festival, with activities showcasing science, technology, engineering, and math!

  • River Herring Migration: A Natural History

    Learn about the river herring's amazing migration and the natural history, science, and conservation issues surrounding these fish.

  • Meet Astronaut Chris Cassidy

    Astronaut Chris Cassidy shares his experiences and insights about living in space for months at a time!

  • J-Walt's Spontaneous Fantasia

    Sample a virtual reality where 3-D dancing figures and landscapes are all designed from scratch and in real time in the Planetarium.

  • Eating Bottles, Drinking Clouds, and Texting Your Evening Meal

    Embark on a night of sensorial discovery at David Edwards's newest culture lab, Le Laboratoire Cambridge.

  • Alive Inside: Music As Medicine

    Join us for a screening and provocative discussion to explore music and the mind, the brain's plasticity, and the power of music to heal.

  • World Wide Views on Climate and Energy

    Join in as ordinary citizens from up to 100 nations learn about and discuss climate and energy issues and then make recommendations for the UN.