Saturday, May 25, 2019
Follow hundreds of millions of butterflies as they make one of the longest migrations on Earth to a place they have never known.
Explore the history of electricity – from the first spark created by man’s hand to today’s industrial power plants.
Discover the unexpected wonders of nature that are right in our own backyards.
Photographer Kristin V. Rehder uses black-and-white film photographs to explore the Oswegatchie River.
View photos taken in the New York City region that celebrate water in its diverse forms as ice, fresh water, and fog.
The Princeton's Art of Science 2014 exhibition showcases images of artistic merit created during the course of scientific research.
On view at NYSCI is artist Rubén Ortiz Torres’s Alien Toy (La Ranfla Cósmica) (1997) as part of Queens Museum's Mundos Alternos: Art and Science Fiction in the Americas.
Solar Cat is the cutest solar panel ever made – and it can charge your phone, too!
Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of NASA's Apollo 11 landing on the moon, experience the adventure in real life with never-before-seen footage of the historic lunar mission.
Located in the Great Hall, Machine Gaze is a surveillance camera that has been refitted with computer vision and machine learning, giving it a new purpose and lease on life: to show how machines see people.
Design and build out solutions to a range of Lego challenges from building the tallest tower, to designing a marble maze, to creating pixelated images and more.
Collaborate, design and build large simple machine structures with Rigamajigs, a large scale building kit consisting of wooden planks, wheels, pulleys, nuts, bolts and rope.
Design structures and obstacle courses with big blue blocks in Design Lab.