DESIGN.MAKE.PLAY

  • Gingerbread Lane: World's largest gingerbread village.

    Gingerbread Lane: World's largest gingerbread village.

  • Scattered LIght: now on display

    Scattered LIght: now on display

  • NOW OPEN: Design Lab

    NOW OPEN: Design Lab

This Week at NYSCI

  • Scenes fro New York Hall of Science in Queens including the mass installation of Gingerbread Lane in New York

    Marvel at homemade gingerbread houses that are drafted, designed, baked, planned, built and decorated by chef Jon Lovitch over the course of an entire year. Free with NYSCI admission.

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    Explore new ingredients and spices to mix up a batch of dough.

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  • woman hand embroiders with a needle and a thread

    Learn to embroider at this drop-in workshop. Recommended for ages 6 and older. $5 per adult/child pair, plus NYSCI admission. (Members: $3 per adult/child pair.)

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  • woman hand embroiders with a needle and a thread

    Learn to embroider at this drop-in workshop. Recommended for ages 6 and older. $5 per adult/child pair, plus NYSCI admission. (Members: $3 per adult/child pair.)

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    Seth Dubin, Chairman Emeritus, New York Hall of Science, introduces NYSCI’s 50th anniversary at the 2014 NYSCI Gala by remembering it’s roots. NYSCI 50th anniversary commemoration from NYS

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  • New York Hall of Science

    Thirty 5th and 6th graders are gathering today at NYSCI to experiment, design, build and invent at Make Academy. The fall after-school program runs weekly until mid-December and also includes a sessio

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    If you made a Luminescent Night Light at our recent workshop and are interested in the programming that makes it run, we have put the Arduino code online. There are a ton of comments and explanations

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    Fast Company checked in with NYSCI’s Harouna Ba and Local Projects’ Jake Barton as they tested the latest prototype of our soon-to-be-available Physics app. “I think sometimes technology

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