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Through grant-funded collaborations, the Museum works with a wide range of science, education, and research organizations to advance science education and awareness and to provide professional development in science communication to researchers.
Researchers at Harvard, Howard, and MIT help us introduce quantum science to the community with funds from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Researchers at MIT, Harvard, and other labs join us in introducing neuroscience, machine learning, and AI to the community, with funds from NSF.
Researchers at Ohio State and the University of Georgia join us in this quest to make a breakthrough in biological imaging with funding from NSF.
NSF Career Award recipient Eric Tytell and his students are working with us develop a fun hands-on “Design a Fish” activity for Museum visitors.
Living Lab, a relationship between the Museum of Science and our research partners, educates, encourages lifelong learning, and furthers science.
The NISE Net launched a nationwide effort to enhance public engagement with nanoscale science, engineering, and technology, 2005 – 2016.
We provided this in-depth practical course in science communication to graduate students at MIT’s Research Laboratory for Electronics, 2012-2018.
We partnered with NSF-funded researchers at OSU to introduce our audiences to the quest to invent new techniques for nanomanufacturing, 2013-2018
We worked with Jacy Bird and his students to develop fun activities for parent/child pairs exploring the science of bubbles and drops, 2014-2019
The 2004-2015 subaward from this NSF research center supported educator and public enrichment activities and a popular film on nanomanufacturing.
The 2005-2016 subaward from this NSF-funded research center supported development of pioneering nanoscience and technology learning activities.
We collaborated with this NSF ITEST program to provide classroom engineering design experiences and produce two award-winning films, 2011-2014.
This NIH grant funded our coverage of cutting-edge medical research in partnership with several Boston medical research institutions, 2001-2007.