Experience a night at the museum at NYSCI with your friends and family!

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ARTech: Adventures in Art + Technology

Pop into this temporary activity center for children located in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.

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Kolams: A South Indian Tradition and Mathematical Art Form

Learn about an abstract South Indian design form called kolam.

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Making America Love Math Again

This election year, one thing is clear: Someone out there is having a lot of fun with math.

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Pi Day

Pi Day at NYSCI

Celebrate Pi Day with NYSCI Explainers and a series of math-focused activities in our Mathematica: A World of Numbers exhibition.

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Playground Physics

Playground Physics is an iPad app, which allows you to uncover and analyze the physics in what you do.

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Size Wise

Size Wise is an iPad app which allows you to explore ratios and proportions while making funny pictures that make things look wildly bigger and smaller than they really are.

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Volumize is an iPad app that lets you take 2D photos and make them 3-dimensional.

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Choreo Graph

Choreo Graph is an iPad app which allows you to explore graphs and coordinate geometry to choreograph some funny dance moves of an animated character you create.

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Fraction Mash

Fraction Mash is an iPad app which allows you to explore fractions while creating crazy photo mashups.

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Super Cyberchase Day

Meet Harry and Digit, screen Cyberchase episodes, and engage in hands-on activities at this action-packed day. Free with NYSCI admission.

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Meet Author Deborah Heiligman

Meet Deborah Heiligman, author of The Boy Who Loved Math, The Improbable Life of Paul Erdős. Free with NYSCI admission.

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Through a combination of hands-on activities and dynamic models, explore how math has impacted our world.

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Design Zone

Find out how videogame developers, musci producers, roller coaster designers and other creative problem solvers use math and science to meet their design challenges.

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