View photography by Nolan Preece, whose work uses experimental photographic processes and reflects his involvement with the environmental movement.
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Hands-on exhibits incorporate robots, holograms and augmented reality.
A series of digital prints by contemporary bio-artist Suzanne Anker.
NYSCI’s groundbreaking new exhibition on environmental sustainability is now open.
An art installation created by Dick Esterle, Scattered Light consists of 528 25-foot lengths of flagging tape.
Through videos, games and displays, discover the similarities between human and animal cognition.
Design Lab is NYSCI’s newest experience that taps into people’s natural tendency to be inventive and resourceful.
Meet Camille, NYSCI’s new Mars Rover.
Test your skills in a variety of sports and learn the vital role that science plays in sports.
Explore the sense of sight and learn how humans see and perceive color and light.
Explore the scientific principles of motion, balance, sound, sight and simple machines.
Through a combination of hands-on activities and dynamic models, explore how math has impacted our world.
Explore the science of spaceflight in this nine-hold mini golf course.
Discover the ancestors of the kiwi bird and evidence for how evolution works.
Discover some of the rockets and spacecraft that helped initiate the space race.
Discover what scientists have learned about life in extreme environments on Earth and how this suggests what kind of life we look for in our Solar System and beyond.
A protected area where our youngest visitors can experience multi-sensory activities.
Explore the role of evolution and natural selection in health, illness and prevention.