Engineers' biographical stories show how the paths to engineering success are as diverse as their remarkable inventions.
Learn about sunlight, wind, moving water, and other self-replenishing sources that generate energy with fewer negative side effects.
Think like a computer, operate a robot, and explore how information is stored on your computer.
Catching the Wind
Learn how turbines transform wind into green energy, and track the Museum's Wind Lab energy production.
Beyond the X-Ray
Explore some of the many non-invasive ways doctors look into the human body.
Use liquid nitrogen to explore how dropping an object's temperature can lead to some unusual and amazing effects.Get more information about this program
Rockets: There and Back Again
Become a rocket scientist! Design, build, and test balloon rockets and re-entry parachutes.Get more information about this program
Engineering: Bridges Workshop
Students listen to an engineering tale, learn about the science of bridges, then design and build their own models.Get more information about this program
Motion: Forces & Work
Students explore motion and learn how simple machines work.Get more information about this program
Engineering: Windmill Workshop
Students explore the engineering design process and build their own energy-producing wind turbine.Get more information about this program