Science Future

  1. Upcoming events

    June 24 Last day to see the Picturing Science exhibit on high-tech imaging at New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. See bit.ly/SFpicsci June 15 The Exploratorium in San Francisco invites visitors to make their own toys at Explorables: Science You Can Play With. See bit.ly/SFsciplay

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    May 29 The World Science Festival opens in New York City. Learn more at bit.ly/SFwsf2013 May 31 Learn about wildflowers at Botany Washington at Seattle’s Burke Museum. See bit.ly/SFwf2013 June 2 Get tips on model rocket construction and safety at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. See bit.ly/SFrocket

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  3. Upcoming events

    May 10 The 2013 Omnifest film festival opens at the Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul. Catch daily screenings of five documentaries on the Omnitheater’s giant screen. See the schedule at bit.ly/OmniFest May 18 Learn about the evolution and diversity of frogs around the world at a special exhibit of the American Museum of […]

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    April 18–28 More than 100 events at the Philadelphia Science Festival include a taxidermy demonstration, a CSI-themed “Nerd Nite” and a science carnival with hands-on activities. See bit.ly/SFphilly13 May 12Last day to catch an exhibit about birds of paradise at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C. More information at bit.ly/SFparadise

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  5. Upcoming events

    April 8–27 Join ornithologist Paul Sweet on birdwatching walks through New York City’s Central Park during spring migration. See bit.ly/SFAMNHsweet April 29 The National Academy of Sciences hosts a public symposium in Washington, D.C., to honor the society’s 150th anniversary. See bit.ly/SFnas150

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    April 5 – 6 Texas A&M University hosts a physics and engineering festival. See a bubble show or meet an astronaut and two Nobel laureates. More at bit.ly/SFtamu2013 April 22 Deadline for entries to the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology illustration awards, honoring the best in art depicting dinosaurs and other ancient life. See bit.ly/SFpaleo2013

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    March 15 Learn about the 1989 “discovery” of cold fusion, later disproved, at a screening of the documentary film The Believers at Fermilab, near Chicago. A discussion with physicists and the directors follows. See bit.ly/SFbelievers March 16 – 23 Try science activities, help clean up the coast and get teaching ideas at the San Diego […]

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  8. Science Future for February 23, 2013

    March 23 See rare whale specimens, watch a re-creation of a whale hunting a squid and learn how scientists track these giants at the new Whales: Giants of the Deep exhibition at New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. See bit.ly/SFamnhwhale March 28 The Russian Soyuz spacecraft launches from Kazakhstan carrying three crew members […]

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  9. Science Future for February 9, 2013

    February 16 – 17 Kids can see science demonstrations, learn about cool science careers and talk to scientists at the annual Family Science Days at the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Boston. Learn more at bit.ly/SFfamday2013 March 7 The Creatures of Light exhibit on bioluminescence comes to Chicago’s Field Museum. Find […]

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  10. Science Future for January 26, 2013

    February 11–13 The University of Tennessee, Knoxville hosts lectures, films, a concert and even a cake contest to celebrate Charles Darwin’s birthday. See bit.ly/SFutdarwin February 18 Learn how the recently discovered “slow” earthquake differs from typical quakes with geophysicist Gregory Beroza at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science in Albuquerque. See bit.ly/SFslowquakes

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  11. Science Future for January 12, 2013

    February 11 Earliest launch date for the Landsat Data Continuity Mission, the next generation in the U.S. Earth-observing satellite program. See bit.ly/SFlandsat February 12 Learn about the animal world in the New York Academy of Science’s program “Lust and Love in the Animal Kingdom” in New York City. See bit.ly/SFlust

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  12. Math

    Science Future for December 29, 2012

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