Climate Archive by Suzette Bousema explores ancient ice cores from Antarctica and Greenland, as a visual representation and future prediction of climate change.
Rethink everything you thought you knew about taste at the Flavor Feast, a pop-up party for the senses! Envision your dream vacation to outer space at the Intergalactic Travel Bureau.
Katie’s New Face takes viewers inside the groundbreaking face transplant that gave a young woman a second chance at life.Learn More
Tim’s photography reflects our planet’s beauty from the unique perspective of space.Learn More
While millions dream of traveling to the Moon, only 12 humans have actually walked on it. For now, the next best thing is NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) and the incredibly high-resolution images it transmits back to Earth. The images are fascinating for fans of exploration and photography alike.Learn More
Our scientific understanding of taste has lagged behind what we know about our other senses, but that is beginning to change. To see how scientists are exploring taste and how chefs are exploring science, photographer Brian Finke traveled to 10 locations from New Zealand to Denmark, visiting research labs and test kitchens searching for a deeper scientific understanding of yumminess. “The Science of Taste” appeared in the December 2015 issue of National Geographic magazine.Learn More
Join photographers Anand Varma, Esther Horvath, and Max Aguilera-Hellweg in conversation with Senior Photo Editor Todd James as they discuss their work in scientific photography, and how they tackle each story’s unique visual challenges.Learn More
Inspired by memories of a middle school science fair, several incubator companies at the Made in NY Media Center will set up shop and show off what they can do in a classic, lo-fi environment. Join us for new technology demonstrations and activities!Learn More