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How To Make A Superhero
Sat, April 22, 2017, 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM EDT
Have you ever wondered what goes into becoming a superhero? What is a super suit made out of, and how hard is it to maintain a secret identity? Join us for a evening of conversations and presentations with super researchers who know a bit about the gadgets, materials, and psyche of superheroes.
Advance tickets available online until noon on 4/22. Tickets will be available at the door for $25.
Psychic VR turns Mediators into Superheroes
Judith Amores Fernandez - PhD Candidate, Fluid Interfaces Group, Media Lab, MIT
CRISPR: Supertool for Genome Editing
Omar Abudayyeh & Jonathan Gootenberg - Feng Zhang Lab, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, MIT
Zhao Qin - Research Scientist, Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT
Ethics and Moral Dilemmas of Superheroes
Christopher Robichaud - Lecturer, Ethics and Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government
The Adventures of Ms. Meta: The Female Superhero and her Cultural Importance
Sarah Zaidan- Assistant Professor, Department of Visual and Media Arts, Emerson College
How to Make a Comic Book (workshop)
Patrick Yurick - Graphic Designer and Head House Elf at Makingcomics.com
Additional demonstrations and activities after the talks!
General admission is $20 online and $25 at the door. Includes admission, one drink ticket, and light refreshments. Costumes are encouraged! This is a 21+ event.
Find more information about MIT Museum workshops and events being held during the Cambridge Science Festival on our website.