Night Lab is a brand new program from LabX that brings people together in social settings for fun around science themed events.
If you like your meals with a side of humor, this was the event for you! LabX presented a night of food-filled comedy at the Fridge in Washington, D.C. on November 17, 2018. Improv squads LatinX States of America, Press Play, and The Hypothesis battled to give the best (read: funniest) answers to audience toughest questions about food. Note – answers
Due to the predicted weather for September 12 and rain date September 13, we have decided to CANCEL the program. ———————— What is the secret of Soylent Green? Join us on September 12* to find out! We’re back with our last movie of the summer to bring you more 1970s sci-fi fun along with food
Boy, we had a summer movie for you! We had food trucks, hands-on activities, and an outdoor screening of the original Westworld. Before Ed Harris was The Man in Black, Yul Brynner was The Gunslinger in Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi/western hybrid about a futuristic theme park populated by androids. Starting at 7:30pm people went inside
Our experiences shape how we view the world, including our scientific understanding of it. So what happened when two improv comedy troupes – one made up of self-proclaimed science nerds and scientists, and the other an all-female identifying group from Washington Improv Theater – interpret the same audience suggestions? A night of comedy! LabX took
In March 2018, LabX and the Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences (CPNAS) partnered with Museum Hack for a whirlwind workshop. Staff had 48-hours to master the Museum Hack method of storytelling, and then put together a public program for over 100 participants! The end result of our collective efforts was Night