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The Physics of Baseball


The Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Center

The Physics of Baseball

Baseball: It’s Not Nuclear Physics—Or Is It?

Chicago Council on Science and Technology and the Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Center present

Just in time for opening day!

MARCH MADNESS! Science in the City Annual Gala May 18th 2017. Get your tickets Now!


Chicago Sports Museum

MARCH MADNESS! Science in the City Annual Gala May 18th 2017. Get your tickets Now!

In honor of March Madness, get your discounted tickets for our annual fundraiser gala

We are offering discounts off of our full-price gala tickets during the month of March, so get your tickets now. Discounts do not apply to Young Professional tickets. 

 

The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge


The Arts Club of Chicago

Partner Event

The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge

The Chicago Council on Science and Technology and the Institute for Advanced Study Present "The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge"

Making Things Meaningful in the Ice Age


Columbia College Chicago

Making Things Meaningful in the Ice Age

Title:  Making Things Meaningful in the Ice Age

Extreme Science: The U.S. Antarctic Program


Illinois Institute of Technology

Extreme Science: The U.S. Antarctic Program

Antarctica is the coldest, highest and driest of all seven continents.  It is one and a half times the areal size of the continental United States, with the vast majority of its landmass covered in thick ice sheets. 

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