The annual SUBMERGE Marine Science Festival goes virtual this year, as so many events in NYC and nationwide have been doing.
Join the Hudson River Park’s River Project on Thursday, Sept. 24 for a full day of online presentations, science performances, Q&A sessions and more, designed to inspire science lovers of all ages. There’s also a new new Student Vision Challenge.
Sessions start at 11am, and finish around 6pm.
Tune in to them all or just a few – with or without the kids or grandkids..
You’ll learn about some of New York Harbor’s most fascinating wildlife including whales, eels, oystrs and more, including a virtual field trip to explore life in NYC coastal waters.
You can also tune in to learn more about human impacts and climate change and discuss how plastics impact our waterways.
Don’t miss these two special science performances –
Al Leszczynski, a dynamic science educator and our fantastic 2019 SUBMERGE host, is back this year exploring the water cycle with thrilling experiments, including with dry ice.
This year also introduces a rising star in STEM education and advocacy, Justin Shaifer, Mr. Fascinate, who will be giving a talk about STEM careers and marine science and will answer your questions, live.
Learn more about the incredible festival partners participating in the spectacular line up, below.
In addition to the live festival programming, tune in to this page a full page of exhibitor videos on the HRPK website.
Where to Participate