Past Event

Saturday Science: Seeing Past the Senses

March 23, 2024
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Columbia's Jerome L. Greene Science Center: 605 West 129th Street

This month's event is a sight to beyold! Come and learn to see the world past the senses we usually rely on.

We invite families and community groups to explore the workings of the brain through hands-on activities and unique scientific resources.

This month's theme is Seeing Past the Senses!

This event is free and open to the public. Register now to guarantee entrance.

Spanish translators available upon request. Please let us know your preferred language in the registration form. Hay traductores de español disponibles. Indica su idioma preferido en el formulario de inscripción.

We recommend that all visitors (except children 5 years of age and under), including those who enter any campus facility for any period of time, should be vaccinated and have proof of a primary vaccination series.

Tickets are limited, so please only register if you plan on attending! If you register but cannot attend, we ask that you release your tickets in a timely fashion so another young scientist has the opportunity to join us.

Children must be accompanied by an adult. Content is geared toward elementary and middle school students, but learners of all ages are welcome. Guests can arrive at any time between 1 and 4 pm.

Photography: On occasion, we photograph or video Saturday Science for promotional and archival purposes. When registering for the event at Jerome L. Greene Science Center, you give Columbia University in the City of New York the right to use you and your child's image for said purposes. We will never use your names, age or other identifying factors.

Questions? Email us at [email protected]

Saturday Science complements other public programs produced by Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute. For more information on all of our programs, click here.

Saturday Science is brought to you by the Zuckerman InstituteBioBus, and Columbia University Neuroscience Outreach, with participation of Para KIDS