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Brain Awareness Day

Join us for some fun with neuroscientists who’ll teach participants about the inner workings of our brain and our senses with hands-on activities and projects.

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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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6th Annual Queens World Film Festival Family Day at NYSCI 

View screenings from the Queens World Film Festival collection and try out some hands-on animation activities.

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STEM Night: Careers in Engineering

Friday, February 26

Learn about the wide range of career opportunities available in the engineering field. At this free event, you can engage in hands-on activities, hear from experts in the field through a panel discussion, and network with engineering professionals.

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Engineering Week 2016

February 15 – February 19

A day of activities and tables run by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Engineering Week continues throughout the week to cover different engineering concepts.

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NYSCI After Dark: Connected Cheese

Join NYSCI for an evening about cheese and connections.

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Pumpkin Chucking

Watch our catapult, “Chuck,” toss pumpkins in the air.

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NYSCI After Dark Presents: Gigantic Mechanic’s Giant Science Showdown

Join us for a night of science-themed games combining the competitive spirit with classic science experiments with Gigantic Mechanic.

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Great Hall as Archtober’s Building of the Day

NYSCI’s Great Hall has been selected as the Building of the Day for Friday, October 2.

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Designing the Future of Science Discovery

NYSCI’s inaugural design fellow who’s changing the way kids connect with science and making.

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