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Immerse yourself in one of the Museum's most iconic attractions with an intimate Priceless Experience in the Theater of Electricity.
Learn about the latest in brain research and technology from scientists, engineers, and hands-on activities.
Meet Ron Suskind, father of the young man profiled in this inspirational documentary, and see how stories can help us persevere.
Imagine, and explore a world that's too small to see. Nano Days is a nationwide celebration of nanoscale science, and you're invited!
A NASA expert shares what we can learn about the cosmos when we look beyond what human eyes can see.
Save the date for the upcoming Stars of STEM, the Museum's annual signature celebration. This year we honor our Premier Partner MathWorks!
Join The Innovators and dance the night away during the second annual 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!
Gastropod co-hosts Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley reveal the secret history and science behind the food we eat during this live podcast!
Come to the Planetarium for an evening of live storytelling, radio, and music under the stars, hosted by NOVA's Ari Daniel.
Discover how the Event Horizon Telescope may be able to provide the impossible – an image of a black hole with unprecedented detail.
Join Boston Choral Ensemble to explore the universe through sight and sound in the Charles Hayden Planetarium!
Harvard University swimmer Schuyler Bailar discusses the hurdles and the milestones in his life and the world of transgender youth.
Explore potential vulnerabilities from sea level rise and extreme precipitation events, then discuss ways to increase Boston's resilience.
Learn how The Flagship Clubhouse gives youth access to the latest technology so they can explore, develop skills, and build confidence.
On Friday and Saturday evenings, experience one of our innovative and immersive music offerings in the Charles Hayden Planetarium.
Plug in to your favorite musical legends as they ignite the Charles Hayden Planetarium in a series of one-of-a-kind tributes.
The Book Club for the Curious is designed especially for those who are interested in science and technology and how it impacts our society.
How awesome is astronomy? Participate in the Museum's free Friday night astronomy activities, including stargazing and more, and find out!
Thanks again to generous support from MathWorks, all shows in the Mugar Omni Theater each Friday in March (3, 10, 17, 24, and 31) are free!
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