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November 16, 2022
Students will learn about AI by visiting Exploring AI: Making the Invisible Visible and attending a keynote address.
Learn more about the new Vera Rubin Observatory (in Chile), and how it will use AI to keep us up-to-date on the latest cosmic events.
For Grades 3 – 5
The impacts of climate change are all around us. Students examine data to learn about its causes and effects, then think of ways to adapt.
For Grades 6 – 8
The impacts of climate change are all around us. Students explore data, watch videos, and develop plans to address it in their community.
Catch up on climate!
Climate change is here, but what can we do about it? More than you think, as you’ll find out by watching these specially curated videos.
Mapping the urban heat island effect.
Through data collected by volunteers, learn how extreme heat, experienced over a sustained period, impacts urban environments.
Convening on climate change.
Thought leaders, scientists, and people of all ages share their thoughts, concerns, and expertise around climate change.
Fighting climate change together!
See how they are accelerating the implementation of Boston’s Climate Action Plan aiming to reach net carbon zero energy sources by 2050.
Record, share, and discuss!
The Boston City Nature Challenge is a collaborative bioblitz with cities worldwide to identify the most species within their regions.
Science we can do together.
Learn how community-based participatory science (citizen science) tackles extreme heat, extreme precipitation, sea level rise, and drought.
Building grassroots climate resistance.
Help build community climate resilience through education and outreach, planning, and small-scale service projects.
Share your experiences!
Observe, collect data, and share the small (and big) ways you, your community, and other communities are adapting to climate change.
Our cultural partner unites uncommon places for a common cause.
The Green Ribbon Commission and 40+ arts, science, history, and sports organizations come together to protect Boston from climate change.
Explore engineering themes with these supplemental resources to the Planetarium show From Dream to Discovery: Inside NASA.
Take a peek at some highly recommended books for you and your family, on topics ranging from space to reptiles and much more!
These hands-on activities provide educational experiences for family audiences, especially ages 8 and up.
A collection of resources that tell the story of the Museum through time, with fascinating facts from the archives department.
Learn about New England butterflies and how to identify them in this handy download with loads of butterfly resources.
Each weekday, NSTA will share a sensemaking task to engage students in authentic, relevant science learning.
1 Science Park
Boston, MA 02114
To inspire a lifelong love of science in everyone.
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