Travel into worlds smaller than the eye can see aboard the BioBus, the world’s only state-of-the-art microscope facility housed on a solar-powered 1974 transit bus.
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Join us for science story
time and use NYSCI’s Picture Dots app to add colorful dots,
text, silly sounds and your own voice to make the story
come to life.
Learn to create your own wooden Lego® Minifig heads.
Build, explore and create with tinkering activities at this free workshop.
Learn how to use simple materials and digital tools to create your own short animated movies.
Free science activities in Alley Pond Park in Little Neck, Queens will take place on eight Sundays in May and June.
An event series that allows adults an opportunity to enjoy the museum after hours and without younger museumgoers.
Meet local astronomers, learn about current research, and get a chance to view the night sky through a variety of telescopes with observational astronomers from LaGuardia Community College and members of the Amateur Astronomers Association.
Saturday, April 23
Learn to use simple woodworking tools like saws and sandpaper while you make wood pieces that get added to a large, collaborative sculpture project.
Learn about career resources and opportunities, engage in hands-on activities, and hear from science professionals at our inaugural STEM Career Expo.
Saturday, April 16
Learn how to construct a simple paper circuit to control an LED and then use a variety of materials to build a customizable and unique paper lantern.
Monday, April 25
Prototype, play and battle other Bumble Bots and compete in other challenges with the other young makers.