Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein is a modern myth: a 200-year-old science fiction story with amazing resonance in our technological age. Frankenstein200 is designed to foster interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), develop 21st century skills with digital tools, and increase understanding, ability, and feelings of efficacy around science-in-society issues. On Jan. 20, visit […]
What’s Up? Your Guide to the Night Sky makes a great homeschool event that features “constellations, stars and planets in the current sky along with information on the impact of light pollution on our view of the night sky and our place in the Milky Way.” When: Select dates in August, click here for the […]
Are you looking for a free summer camp? Do they exist? Yes! Metro Parent and the Michigan Science Center have teamed up to provide kids with a free virtual summer camp. Children ages 7-13 will enjoy awesome science experiments they get to try out in the comfort of their own home all summer long and […]
The Michigan Science Center currently has two demonstrations available for students to enjoy: Centennial and Cell Labs and Explainer Stations. The Centennial and Cell Labs is a hands-on interactive lab. Science topics such as chemistry, physics, and engineering will be explored. The Explainer Stations is full of staff sharing experiments, science facts, and more! For […]
Celebrate the season and enjoy the Michigan Science Center’s special exhibit, Creatures of Light! For just $10 per person, guests will experience Creatures of Light, their main level exhibit gallery, special activities, and demonstrations, planetarium shows, holiday decor and more. Hot chocolate and other refreshments will also be available for purchase. Tickets available at Mi-Sci.org.