Cambridge Science Festival Series

Lectures curated around the annual Cambridge Science Festival. Designed to be an inclusive public celebration, the festival mobilizes academic, educational and commercial scientific resources to showcase science and technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts and to increase citizens’ awareness of local science-based opportunities, activities and resources. According to Mayor Ken Reeves, “Cambridge is the science city, and the festival reveals to our community some of the city’s hidden science treasures and showcases our science-friendly institutions and science-friendly media.” This celebration includes youth projects like constructing a 20-mile-long model of the human genome. Festival partners include the MIT Museum, City of Cambridge, Cambridge Public Schools, Cambridge Public Library, WGBH Educational Foundation and the Boston Museum of Science. For more information visit Cambridge Science Festival.

Lectures curated around the annual Cambridge Science Festival. Designed to be an inclusive public celebration, the festival mobilizes academic, educational and commercial scientific resources to showcase science and technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts and to increase citizens’ awareness of local science-based opportunities, activities and resources. According to Mayor Ken Reeves, “Cambridge is the science city, and the festival reveals to our community some of the city’s hidden science treasures and showcases our science-friendly institutions and science-friendly media.” This celebration includes youth projects like constructing a 20-mile-long model of the human genome. Festival partners include the MIT Museum, City of Cambridge, Cambridge Public Schools, Cambridge Public Library, WGBH Educational Foundation and the Boston Museum of Science. For more information visit Cambridge Science Festival.