Today's robots are nothing short of astonishing. Those coming in the not-too-distant future are simply revolutionary—and they are becoming eerily like us.

What does it take to make a humanoid robot—a robot that can do anything we can do without the benefit of a human brain? How close are scientists to replicating some of the particularly challenging human characteristics? (Think fingers and toes.)

NASA’s next era will be its greatest yet. That is the clear “roadmap” painted by Journey To Space. The film absolutely annihilates the perception that the space program died with the end of the Space Shuttle Program by showcasing the exciting plans NASA and the space community are working on, and the challenges they must overcome to carry out audacious missions such as landing astronauts on Mars and capturing asteroids.

Made with Code Parties at the Saint Louis Science Center!

What can a young woman do with code? Literally anything! Coding and computing skills provide a foundation in problem solving, creativity, and communication skills that will help a young women succeed and stay competitive in whatever she chooses to do.

Now here through December 31, 2015!

Santa vs. The Snowman tells the story of a lonely Snowman who at first is swept away by the magical wonders of Santa's Village, only to ultimately wage war on Santa because he's jealous of all the attention Santa gets during Christmas time. An epic-scale polar war develops. The hilarious battle features such holiday defence mechanisms as hot chocolate squirt guns, giant Igloo Robot Walkers and even a 50-foot tall toy soldier manned by Santa himself.

JERUSALEM takes you on an inspiring and eye-opening tour of one of the world’s oldest and most enigmatic cities. Destroyed and rebuilt countless times over 5000 years, Jerusalem’s enduring appeal remains a mystery. In this new film from National Geographic, discover what made Jerusalem so important to many different cultures, how it became the center of the world for three major religions and why it still matters.

Location: Taylor Community Science Resource Center - 4900 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110

Have you ever wondered if you would survive a zombie apocalypse? On February 19th, Dr. Terri Rebmann a biosecurity expert from St. Louis University will be leading an interactive discussion on the possibilities of a real life “zombie” outbreak, and the infectious diseases that could cause such wild and outlandish symptoms. Would you last until the end, or would you be the first to go? Join us for the first Teen Science Cafe to find out!