Through grant-funded collaborations, the Museum works with a wide range of science, education, and research organizations to advance science education.
The Museum is collaborating with researchers at The Ohio State University to establish new methods to produce high-quality bio-nanocomposites.Learn more
The Museum is collaborating with Boston University in developing activities for parent/child pairs exploring the science of drops and bubbles.Learn more
This collaboration explores the use of print media on the T, a mobile website, and social media for public education about climate change.Learn more
CIQM builds on earlier nano education and outreach efforts supported by the NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center.Learn more
This professional development partnership highlights mathematics as a visible component of science, technology, and engineering.Learn more
This collaboration furthers understanding of ways to research, develop, and evaluate digital interactives inclusive of all audiences.Learn more
The Museum collaborates with MIT’s Center for Excitonics to provide this year-long course in science communication for graduate students.Learn more
ECAST engages experts, stakeholders, and citizens in assessing the broad implications of emerging developments in science and technology.Learn more
The Museum is collaborating with researchers at four universities in a quest to make a major breakthrough in biological imaging.Learn more
The Museum, with Northeastern University and the Boston Public Schools, help high school teachers bring engineering design to the classroom.Learn more
The NISE® Net seeks to foster public awareness and understanding of nanoscale science, engineering, and technology.Learn more
The Museum’s sub-award from this NSF-funded research center supports Museum staff in developing a wide range of educational experiences.Learn more
Living Lab, a relationship between the Museum of Science and our research partners, educates, encourages lifelong learning, and furthers science.Learn more
The Museum’s sub-award from this NSF-funded research center supports a wide array of nanoscience and nanotechnology engagement activities.Learn more
This SEPA award from the National Institutes of Health supports the Museum’s coverage of cutting edge medical research and nanomedicine.Learn more
This professional development opportunity invites teachers from a single school district to spend a week at the Museum during the academic year.Learn more
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