PacSci Podcast: Art + Science in New Exhibit
PacSci teams up with local artist Ted Youngs to help prepare for a troublesome new summer tradition: wildfires and smoke. Listen as we dive into both, in addition to Ted Youngs’ art installation, The Smoke Season, and join us for our upcoming panel discussion on June 14 that brings awareness to the issue as wildfire season begins in Washington.
For more information about our new exhibit on wildfires, check our Portal to Current Research page. For information on our art preview and wildfire panel discussion mentioned in this report, check our event page.
A local company will soon offer a service that will be an alternative to burial or cremation. A service that turns humans into soil when they die.
August is here and stargazing is peaking. Get some inspiration here then get out there and be curious!
In this PacSci Podcast we explore our Tinker Tank, that’s our maker space, and just why tinkering is becoming so popular these days.
As the world marks the 50th anniversary of a remarkable achievement in space, it’s worth remembering that Pacific Science Center would not be what it is today without space exploration.