10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Tomorrow’s scientists start today
Join Fox 9 and female engineers and scientists from organizations around the Twin Cities for this important event. It’s a brilliant and fun opportunity for girls to be introduced to the exciting worlds of science and technology through hands-on demonstrations and activities:
Join Dr. Alex Hastings for an exciting Titanaboa presentation!
60 million years ago, after the Age of the Dinosaurs, South America was home to the largest snake of all time. The massive Titanoboa slithered the forested waterways, reaching a titanic 42 feet in length and weighing 1.25 tons. Join SMM paleontologist, Dr. Alex Hastings who was on the discovery team, for an exploration of the science behind this giant snake!
Assemble 3D printed bones of Titanoboa, the largest snake of all time. Learn how these bones were used to better understand ancient climate and even help improve predictions for Earth's future!
Great Hall East
Buy your tickets in advance
Avoid the lines and get right to the fun! This is a popular event so we highly recommend purchasing tickets in advance. Call the Science Museum’s Box Office at (651) 221-9444 to make your purchase and tickets will be emailed to you.
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