Developed by MIT Edgerton Center By the end of the week, you will have the knowledge and skills to utilize 3D thinking, 3D modeling with Tinkercad, and 3D printing as tools to solve problems in your everyday world!
Developed by Engineering is Elementary, Museum of Science Boston In this course, you will explore exciting new polymers that use environmentally friendly, biodegradable ingredients from plants to replace traditional plastic processing.
Developed by i2 Learning with Nate Piper and Root Robotics Dive head-first into coding with Root — a wall-climbing, drawing & driving, creativity fueled robot and iPad app that develops logic and problem solving skills while teaching them to code.
Developed by i2 Learning Learn the real-world tools and techniques environmental scientists use to solve ecological mysteries, and gain a deeper understanding of how all the separate components of an ecosystem work together.
Developed by Bose and Nathaniel Piper Our devices are full of speakers and microphones — but how do they work? Explore the physics and mathematics of sound, the physiology of the human ear, and learn how we can harness electromagnetism to create sounds from electrical signals.
Developed by New York Hall of Science In this course, you will investigate how the body works by participating in a range of hands-on activities, such as dissections and construction of life-sized physiological system maps (skeletal, nervous, circulatory, immune).