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Cambridge Science Festival at MIT, USA

Biology inspired robotics. Hydrogen powered cars. Lunch with a Nobel Laureate.Inside the Internet.Remotely operated underwater vehicles. Chemistry of food. Cloud Computing. Math and Origami. Biotech hands on. Multiple Sclerosis : Moving towards a cure. The science of illusions. These are just a few of the events, presentations, workshops and demonstrations that students participated in at the Cambridge Science Festival.

The Cambridge Science Festival is an engaging, inspiring, surprising, and thought-provoking festival that showcases the leading edge in Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Math (STEM) in the United States.  A multifaceted, multicultural event, the Cambridge Science Festival makes science accessible, interactive and fun.

The Festival is jointly organized by MIT, Harvard University, the City of Cambridge, Cambridge Public Schools and the Museum of Science to reach out to school students, the general public, and the science community with the objective of creating excitement about science and igniting curiosity. The festival is spread over 10 days with most events being hosted on the MIT and Harvard University campuses.

Program Highlights:

  • Lectures, demonstrations and experiments conducted by some of the top scientists and professors from MIT, Harvard and leading companies including Nobel Prize winners.
  • Debates, exhibitions, concerts, plays and panel discussions with participation from authors, film makers, scientists and researchers from all across the US.
  • Opportunity to participate in workshops and hands on projects in the areas of biotech, robotics, rocketry, astro-physics, optics, computing, medicine, chemistry, engineering and more.
  • Science Quiz contestfor students (pre-registration necessary)
  • Taste of student life at MIT and Harvard University

Post Festival Activities:

After conclusion of the festival, students have an option of exploring the exciting city of New York for two days. They will visit the leading attractions in New York including the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, United Nations Headquarters and Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum.

Festival Dates: April 2015

Last Date for Registration:January 31

Age Group:12 years to 18 years

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