Calendar

Feb
23
Sat
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Feb 23 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience a live science demonstration with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: What’s for Dinner?

  • What are some of the unique qualities animals have to help them eat? Join us as we take a look at animal skeletons to learn what adaptions help us in discovering what they eat.

March: How Small is Nano?

  • When things are nano-sized small, they act differently. What is nano? Come find out if things we are unable to see can actually make a difference in the way things behave.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Feb
24
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Feb 24 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: Eyes on Optical Illusions

  • What is an optical illusion? Allow us to trick your eyes, your brain, or possibly both at the same time. It’s not magic, it’s science! With each trick you will learn the science behind every illusion you experience.

March: Alice in Nanoland

  • What happens when Alice shrinks into nanoland? She finds out things are much different when you’re the size of a billionth of a meter. Discover and learn with an exciting video presentation hosted by a MOST Science Educator.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Mar
3
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Mar 3 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: Eyes on Optical Illusions

  • What is an optical illusion? Allow us to trick your eyes, your brain, or possibly both at the same time. It’s not magic, it’s science! With each trick you will learn the science behind every illusion you experience.

March: Alice in Nanoland

  • What happens when Alice shrinks into nanoland? She finds out things are much different when you’re the size of a billionth of a meter. Discover and learn with an exciting video presentation hosted by a MOST Science Educator.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Mar
9
Sat
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Mar 9 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience a live science demonstration with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: What’s for Dinner?

  • What are some of the unique qualities animals have to help them eat? Join us as we take a look at animal skeletons to learn what adaptions help us in discovering what they eat.

March: How Small is Nano?

  • When things are nano-sized small, they act differently. What is nano? Come find out if things we are unable to see can actually make a difference in the way things behave.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Mar
10
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Mar 10 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: Eyes on Optical Illusions

  • What is an optical illusion? Allow us to trick your eyes, your brain, or possibly both at the same time. It’s not magic, it’s science! With each trick you will learn the science behind every illusion you experience.

March: Alice in Nanoland

  • What happens when Alice shrinks into nanoland? She finds out things are much different when you’re the size of a billionth of a meter. Discover and learn with an exciting video presentation hosted by a MOST Science Educator.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Mar
16
Sat
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Mar 16 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience a live science demonstration with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: What’s for Dinner?

  • What are some of the unique qualities animals have to help them eat? Join us as we take a look at animal skeletons to learn what adaptions help us in discovering what they eat.

March: How Small is Nano?

  • When things are nano-sized small, they act differently. What is nano? Come find out if things we are unable to see can actually make a difference in the way things behave.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Mar
17
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Mar 17 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: Eyes on Optical Illusions

  • What is an optical illusion? Allow us to trick your eyes, your brain, or possibly both at the same time. It’s not magic, it’s science! With each trick you will learn the science behind every illusion you experience.

March: Alice in Nanoland

  • What happens when Alice shrinks into nanoland? She finds out things are much different when you’re the size of a billionth of a meter. Discover and learn with an exciting video presentation hosted by a MOST Science Educator.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Mar
23
Sat
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Mar 23 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience a live science demonstration with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: What’s for Dinner?

  • What are some of the unique qualities animals have to help them eat? Join us as we take a look at animal skeletons to learn what adaptions help us in discovering what they eat.

March: How Small is Nano?

  • When things are nano-sized small, they act differently. What is nano? Come find out if things we are unable to see can actually make a difference in the way things behave.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Mar
24
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Mar 24 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: Eyes on Optical Illusions

  • What is an optical illusion? Allow us to trick your eyes, your brain, or possibly both at the same time. It’s not magic, it’s science! With each trick you will learn the science behind every illusion you experience.

March: Alice in Nanoland

  • What happens when Alice shrinks into nanoland? She finds out things are much different when you’re the size of a billionth of a meter. Discover and learn with an exciting video presentation hosted by a MOST Science Educator.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Mar
30
Sat
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Mar 30 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience a live science demonstration with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: What’s for Dinner?

  • What are some of the unique qualities animals have to help them eat? Join us as we take a look at animal skeletons to learn what adaptions help us in discovering what they eat.

March: How Small is Nano?

  • When things are nano-sized small, they act differently. What is nano? Come find out if things we are unable to see can actually make a difference in the way things behave.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Mar
31
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Mar 31 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

February: Eyes on Optical Illusions

  • What is an optical illusion? Allow us to trick your eyes, your brain, or possibly both at the same time. It’s not magic, it’s science! With each trick you will learn the science behind every illusion you experience.

March: Alice in Nanoland

  • What happens when Alice shrinks into nanoland? She finds out things are much different when you’re the size of a billionth of a meter. Discover and learn with an exciting video presentation hosted by a MOST Science Educator.

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!