Thursday, January 5, 2017
This 18th art-science, juried exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. includes more than two dozen images of art that reflect on the topic of food from all angles
Travel to the edge of 300-foot-tall glaciers collapsing, to the front lines of massive wildfires, directly in the path of deadly, yet mesmerizing, tornadoes.
View the winning images of the 2016 Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition.
Visitors can marvel at homemade gingerbread houses made entirely of edible gingerbread, royal icing and candy.
Investigate the natural world and how humans impact our environment with fun, hands on experiments. After School Science Club for Grades 3 – 4, and Grades 1 – 2.
With jaw-dropping drama this pioneering film reveals the great courage and skill essential for one of our planet’s smallest creatures to succeed in a titanic battle for survival.
Journey to Space is a celebration of space exploration, a tribute to international cooperation in space research, and a vision toward our near-term future beyond Earth’s orbit.
Stop by this one-stop-resource for summer camps. More than 40 camps and summer venues which offer programs for children ages 2 – 14 will be represented at this one-day fair.
Sew a stuffed animal or small pillow at this hands-on workshop held in Maker Space. $5 per adult/child pair, plus NYSCI admission. ($3 for NYSCI members.).
Make multicolored candles with a modern twist, mixing and melting crayons instead of wax. $5 per adult/child pair, plus NYSCI admission. (NYSCI Members: $3 per adult/child pair.)
Build a thumb piano at this Maker Space workshop. Also known as a kalimba or a mbira, a thumb piano is a handheld African musical instrument that you play with your thumbs.
Learn how to make things move with linkages and construct mechanical toys out of cardboard parts.
Join us for our first virtual author visit. Jean Marzollo, author of The Little Plant Doctor: The Story of George Washington Carver, will join us virtually for a special event in the Science Technology Library. With help from the latest technology, visitors can watch as Ms. Marzollo reads from her book. Ms. Marzollo is the […]...
Meet Elliott Kaufman, author of the photography book, Numbers Everywhere. Kaufman will read from his book at 2:30 and 3:30 pm in the Science Technology Library. Free with NYSCI admission.
Discover the natural world around you! Identify the living and non-living parts of our ecosystem how they interact with each other. After School Science Club for Grade K.
Free screening of Underwater Dreams, a documentary written and directed by Mary Mazzio and narrated by Michael Peña.
An evening featuring industry experts from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) who will share their work and career journeys.