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Come see Boston's best Drag Queens take over the Planetarium for an incredible fusion of drag and fulldome visuals!
David Kaiser, professor of physics and of the history of science at MIT, discusses quantum entanglement.
Enjoy a live taping of the popular podcast Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness during this Reno Family Foundation Symposium.
Indulge in a rare performance in which cutting-edge electronics and rare acoustic instruments pair with Planetarium visions overhead.
New England's oldest and biggest comedy theater brings its signature off-the-cuff laughs to the far reaches of the galaxy!
Learn how our bodies develop and about the latest in prosthetic technology from experts, researchers, and hands-on activities.
Learn about the Washburn Challenge and conquering goals from high-altitude mountain guides Dean Cardinale and Kat Follows.
Enjoy creative pairings of classic, cult, and documentary films with lively introductions by notable figures from the world of science.
Join Jaron Lanier and Sue Halpern to talk about doubling down on being human, a step that just might rescue our world – and ourselves.
Join us for the closing night celebration of the 2019 festival including a special conversation and Q&A with special guests.
Don’t miss this one-night only immersive musical experience, featuring live performances of Mary Bichner's compositions.
Come explore worlds too small to see: nano science plus quantum science, and their latest applications!
Join us at the Museum of Science, Boston for a live show of the popular podcast Ask a Spaceman! with astrophysicist Paul M. Sutter.
Save the Date for our annual Stars of STEM celebration!
See the screening of an incredible, intimate look into the process of cinematic legend Haya Miyazaki.
Palaver Strings and musician Nate Tucker perform reimagined classics and new compositions under the Charles Hayden Planetarium dome.
On Friday and Saturday evenings, experience one of our innovative and immersive music offerings in the Charles Hayden Planetarium.
Attend screenings of outstanding films introduced by noted scientists.
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.
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