Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Cambridge Science Festival 2015!

You may have noticed our programs for the Cambridge Science Festival schedule are online here.  The festival team is excited for the 160+ programs scheduled for April (and very excited for warmth in general). 

Take a look at the list below for all the festival programs that require pre-registration or tickets.
Don't miss the School Vacation Programs category as well!

Programs that require pre-registration or tickets

Speaking of Einstein
$10, https://speakingofeinstein.eventbrite.com

On the Wing: A Celebration of Birds in Music and Spoken Word  
Free, RSVP to lectures@hmsc.harvard.edu

You’re the Expert 
Tickets available at eugenemirmancomedyfestival.com

StarTalk Live! with Bill Nye the Science Guy 
Tickets available at eugenemirmancomedyfestival.com

The Shience of Sherry
$39 (gets you a lot of sherry). Space will be limited, so if you'd like to book a spot, please call us at 617 374 0700, or email eat@studyrestaurant.com 

Volpe Talks: Transportation Ideas Worth Sharing
Free, volpetalks.eventbrite.com

Exploring Network Science Series
Free, Ages 12+, bu.edu/networks/festival

CafeSci Boston: "Why 60 Minutes? 5000 Years of Tradition and Science"
Free, RSVP to brooke_havlik@wgbh.org

Story Collider: Gravity
$10, http://americanrepertorytheater.org/events/show/story-collider

David Michalek Lecture
Free, Please RSVP to programs@lelaboratoirecambridge.com

Alternative Careers in Science – Speed Networking Event
$15-30, massawis.org/AltCareersSpeedNetworking2015

Marine Science Center: Rocky Shore Field Study and Facility Tour
Free, Registration required via email to mscoutreach@gmail.com with subject: "Cambridge Science Festival Registration" include number of children and adults in your party and any special needs

From Classroom to Career: Discover In-Demand STEM Jobs and Career Pathways!
Free, metronorthstem.eventbrite.com

The Future of Genetics in Healthcare: From Sequencing to Treatment
Free, brighamandwomens.org/research/CSF/default.aspx

Tours of Spaulding National Running Center
Free, runningcentercsf.eventbrite.com

A Shout Across Time
$15 per person, $5 per student, ashoutacrosstime.eventbrite.com

Cocktail Science: An Introductory Class
$25, call Westbridge at 617.945.0221 or email info@westbridgerestaurant.com to reserve your spot

Lightbox Navigations
Free, Spaces limited, Call 617-495-1440 or stop by the museums’ admission desk to register

Massachusetts General Hospital’s Ether Dome and Russell Museum tours
Free, RSVP required to mghhistory@partners.org

Combining Comparative Anatomy & Visual Arts with the ART+BIO Collaborative: A Professional Development Workshop for Educators
Participants earn 10 PD points, $25, artbiocollaborative.com

Across MIT

Walking Tour of MIT’s Nuclear Research Reactor
Free (tours full)

Coding and Game Development
$10, Ages 8+, http://web.mit.edu/museum/programs/festival.html

Tour of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department’s Educational Labs
Free, Pre-registration required by email to anneh@mit.edu before April 15

MIT Nano Observatory: Smaller & Smaller
Free, https://eventbrite.com/event/15331035540/

School vacation programs!

Animation Immersion
$15, Ages 11-16 only, http://web.mit.edu/museum/programs/festival.html

Solve a Crime Using DNA, CSI Style
$10, Ages 10+ (accompanied by adult), bit.ly/CSIstyle

Creative Circuitry
$5, Ages 12+, web.mit.edu/museum/programs/festival.html

The Jungle Quest for Gold!
$10, Ages 9-12 only, web.mit.edu/museum/programs/festival.html

Sculpture Racing Workshop
$10, Ages 12+, http://web.mit.edu/museum/programs/festival.html

Investigate the World: Ways of Seeing
Free, risdmmascienceart.eventbrite.com

3D Modeling & Printing Workshop: Make Your iPhone Case
$35, Register via email info@toysinbox or call 781-239-1388

SMELL YOU LATER! A Workshop at the Memory Exhibition
Free, Ages 10-14, bit.ly/1xoxzvX

Science Exploration Party - Lesley University
Free, For grades 1-6: eventbrite.com/event/14820164511/
For preK – age 6: eventbrite.com/event/14820345051/

Investigating a Family's DNA
Free, Ages 16+, investigating-a-familys-dna.eventbrite.com

Pulling Partners – Cambridge Science Festival Edition
Free, bit.ly/PullingPartners

The Wonderful World of Stem Cells
Free, Ages 9+, 2015wonderfulstemcells.eventbrite.com

Performamatics: Where Music and Computing Cross
Free, performamatics.eventbrite.com

DIY Underwater Vehicle Design
$10, Ages 12+, http://web.mit.edu/museum/programs/festival.html

Musically Experiencing Science
Free, Ages 10+, musicandscience.eventbrite.com

Workshop: Fish ‘n’ Ships
$10, Ages 12+, http://web.mit.edu/museum/programs/festival.html

Come and Count...
Free, pre-register here

Introduction to Robotics
$10, Ages 12+, http://web.mit.edu/museum/programs/festival.html

NOVA Labs: Real Science and Data at Your Fingertips
Free. RSVP to novaeducation@wgbh.org

Make To Move Workshop
$10, Ages 12+, http://web.mit.edu/museum/programs/festival.html

Beat Academy Live!
Free, Ages 9+, beatacademylive.eventbrite.com

Family STEM Night
Free, microsites.bridgew.edu/case/case-events

Fantasy FashionTech Workshop for Girls
Free, For girls ages 13-18, Pre-registration required - contact nuvu@nuvustudio.org

Fun with Fractions the Singapore Way!
Free, For 2nd-4th graders, bit.ly/SingaporeMath1 (Session 1) or bit.ly/SingaporeMath2 (Session 2)

Intro to Web Development for Girls & Moms (or Aunts, Grandmas, Big Sisters, etc.)
Free, htmlforgirls.eventbrite.com/

Applied Math Circles-Computer Science Squares: Using Basic Shapes To Learn the Complex
Free, For 9th Graders and Up (Parents Welcome), pre-register via email to Professor Colbert at edutech4snps@gmail.com

Boston Coding Camp
Free, Interested participants should contact Chad Milner at chad@typp.org
Made by Me: 3D Model and 3D Print Your Creation
$25, Ages 8+, http://toysinbox3dprinting.com/3d_printing_classes_workshops.html for schedule.

STEAM Workshops: Eyes On, Hands On
Registration & multiple workshop details available at MaudMorganArts.org

Smart Game Designing (ages 11-13)
Free, Ages 11-13, http://bit.ly/SmartGameDesign

Smart Game Coding (ages 8-10)
Free, Ages 8-10, http://bit.ly/SmartGameCoding


  1. Science Festival 2015! That’s wonderful! My son loves such Science events. He has participated in numerous Science events in NYC. Last year he got the award of best student in his school. I would definitely take him to this event too!