The Museum of Science, Boston, one of the world’s largest science centers, has launched a new digital Museum experience for audiences, MOS at Home. With multiple live presentations throughout the day, creative engineering projects, podcasts, kid-friendly activities, and more, the Museum is inviting the community to visit remotely at www.mos.org/MOSatHome for new content every day.
Content streams include:
MOS Live: these live presentations, delivered multiple times per day, will include opportunities for question-and-answer sessions on topics such as dinosaurs, space, reptiles, lightning, and COVID-19 updates.
Science Snapshot: the Museum offers its Gordon Current Science & Technology Center presentations, with Museum educators presenting the latest science news, with topics ranging from COVID-19 and quantum physics to the expanding universe.
Pulsar: A Podcast: a series of podcasts about a variety of science topics delivered by Museum educators.
Family STEM Activities: stimulating, at-home activities that bring the Museum's engineering design workshop and award-winning EiE STEM curricula from the classroom to audiences everywhere.
Town Halls: opportunities for people to come together, learn about, and discuss topics of interest. Town Halls convene thought leaders from across the science and technology sector to help participants understand, and shape, the world around us.
Museum Resources: from recommended resources that help keep STEM education continuing at home to exhibit content to explore remotely, these resources will encourage continued connection and engagement.
Our building may be closed. But science never stops. And neither does the Museum of Science!