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The Education Enterprises team promotes the understanding of science and engineering both within the Museum through temporary and traveling exhibits, and throughout the Museum community by collaborating on projects and providing services, consultation, and products.
Products include traveling exhibits, the duplication of interactive exhibits, and the licensing of program materials, public presentations, and Planetarium shows. In addition to products outlined below, we are available to discuss the purchase or duplication of any other permanent exhibits developed by our team of experts. All exhibits at the Museum of Science go through extensive prototyping and evaluation during the development phase, and — with more than 1.5 million visitors annually — have undergone rigorous testing in our own Exhibit Halls.
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Our newest touring exhibition, The Science Behind Pixar, explores how Pixar Animation Studios combines science, technology, engineering, and math with art to create some of the world's most popular animated films. This 12,000-square-foot interactive, hands-on exhibit is currently touring two copies—one nationally, and internationally. To date, we have had incredible interest in this project and we now have limited tour availability beginning in 2023. Contact us for information regarding hosting The Science Behind Pixar at your institution.
The Museum of Science Boston, MA June 28, 2015 - January 10, 2016
The Franklin Institute Philadelphia PA March 12 - September 5, 2016
California Science Center Los Angeles, CA October 15, 2016 – April 16, 2017
Science Museum of Minnesota St. Paul, MN June 9 – September 4, 2017
Telus World of Science Edmonton, Alberta, Canada July 1, 2017 - January 7, 2018
The Henry Ford Museum Dearborn, MI October 14, 2017 - March 18, 2018
Telus World of Science Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada May 19, 2018 - January 6, 2019
Museum of Science and Industry Chicago, IL May 24, 2018 - January 6, 2019
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Portland, OR February 23 - Sep 2, 2019
Tokyo City View Roppongi Hills Observation Deck Tokyo, Japan April 13 - September 16, 2019
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This 10,000-square-foot permanent exhibit opened at the Museum of Science, Boston in November 2013, and now many of the 60 exhibit components are available for duplication and customization for your institution. The exhibit focuses on the ways physiological change affects individuals on a daily basis just as evolutionary change affects human populations over time. Visitors explore how food, physical forces, non-human organisms, social interaction, and time can change us, how we affect or change these factors, and how those changes can impact the future of our species. Using state-of-the-art technology, visitors can track their progress anonymously at 15 different stations with a barcoded wristband, measuring how their biology responds to dynamic environments and then making comparisons with the larger population, as data is assimilated and analyzed.
Join the hunt for new worlds like our own! Undiscovered Worlds explores a timeless question: do other planets like Earth exist? Travel to distant stars and fly up close to exotic planets. Experience the science that may shift perspectives on humanity's place in the cosmos.
24- and 30-minute versions are available. Co-written with Alan Lightman, this show features an original orchestral score. Produced by the Museum of Science, this Planetarium show won Best Immersive Fulldome Program at the 2012 Jackson Hole Science Media Awards.
Take a journey through our solar system and explore the remarkable diversity and surprising power of moons! Visit the far side of our own Moon, explore lakes of liquid methane and mountainous cliffs on Saturn’s Titan, and discover the turbulent volcanoes of Jupiter’s Io. Moons: Worlds of Mystery reveals how moons form, how they continue to change, and how they play a crucial role in the ongoing evolution of our solar system.
24- and 35-minute versions are available. Narrated by Ed Helms. Written and produced by the Museum of Science, this Planetarium show was nominated for Best Immersive Fulldome Program at the 2013 Jackson Hole Science Media Awards.
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Past traveling exhibits include our blockbuster Star Wars®: Where Science Meets Imagination. More information about this exhibit can be found here.