Discover a new angle of storytelling through stop motion animation. We’ll learn the stop motion app, create storyboards/set, and editing. Click the link below to register. An email with the Zoom login information will be sent the day of the program. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScSPQnK5tTs4Ie9TBHMT-2ZXduUc5xqMXr5lE2cEGxp6hWtTg/viewform?usp=sf_link
A Micro:bit of Coding for Teens In this 2-week coding workshop for ages 12-18, we will program the Micro:bit microprocessor, creating a game and musical instrument. Participants will receive a free processor to keep. **No coding experience is needed.** Meetings will be held on the Pratt Teens Discord server. Register […]
Interested in the brain and its functioning? In psychology and psychiatry? In this event facilitated by Dr. Sonia Bansal, you will gain a greater understanding of neuroscience and learn about different career paths in the field of brain sciences. Dr. Bansal is associated with the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center. To […]
Learn to create 3D designs with Tinkercad and complete design challenges with friends. Registration closes one hour before the start of the program. A valid email address is needed at registration to send a Zoom link to the program 30 minutes before scheduled start.
The Exploring Space Lecture Series is online! Speaker: Dr. Tim McCoy, Geologist, Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History On October 20, 2020, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission accomplished something not done by a U.S. space mission in nearly 50 years – sampling the surface of another planetary body. In this talk, Dr. […]
Welcome To X-STEM All Access Tune in April 20-23, 2021! X-STEM All Access is an entertaining, educational, and interactive online STEM experience for 6-12th graders. Through a series of daily livestream events, students will hear from an exclusive group of visionaries who aim to inspire kids about careers in science, […]
Over the last few decades, scientists have found thousands of planets beyond our own. Some of those planets might be habitable, and perhaps even inhabited already; but how can we tell? Clara Sousa-Silva, a fellow at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard-Smithsonian, looks for signs of life on other planets […]