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Our latest science word puzzle is sweet and green. Can you solve the “Green Airline Food Service” edition of PacSci-Doku?
This week’s list of new arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House includes an explanation of one of the butterflies’ favorite activities: puddling.
Twenty newly discovered moons makes Saturn the new king of moons in our solar system, and their discovery may mean much more.
In this week’s shipment of butterfly pupae from Malaysia we are featuring Parthenos sylvia (The Clipper), a hardy, swift-flying species.
In this PacsSci Podcast we look at an event coming up just before Halloween that focuses on an infamous story and examines it from a scientific perspective.
This week’s pupae are from a Salvadorian vendor that we are currently featuring on the walls right outside our Tropical Butterfly House.
Our latest science word puzzle is both yummy and yucky at the same time. Can you solve the “Wonderful Together, Terrible Apart” edition of PacSci-Doku?
Do you love beer? Do you know what goes into making this beloved beverage? It turns out there’s a whole lot more science involved than you might think.
In this week’s list of the new arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House, we are highlighting Battus polydamus, the Gold Rim Swallowtail.
Artificial Intelligence. You hear a lot about it these days but what is it really? We have a fascinating event coming up this month that we hope will help.
This week’s pupae shipment to our Tropical Butterfly House comes from Suriname and contains a familiar-looking species that may fool you.
One of PacSci’s Science Communication Fellows has been appointed to a new position to help introduce more middle school girls to STEM fields.
A member of our staff has found some beautiful art in a most unexpected place – butterfly poop.
The latest shipment of new arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House contains six species of swallowtail butterflies from El Salvador.
In this PacSci Podcast we learn about scatology and why maybe you should be watching for poop. It may be yucky, but it tells a story.
This is Pacific Science Center’s home for news from under the arches and beyond. Find stories and ideas featuring our exhibits, IMAX theaters, events and programs that bring science to life and ignite curiosity in people of all ages. Find posts from our Wellbody Blog, an extension of Professor Wellbody’s Academy of Heatlh & Wellness, as well as our PacSci Life Blog, that follows all the happenings from our axolotls to our naked mole rats.
This week our Tropical Butterfly House received a pupae shipment from Suriname that includes 83 Tithorea harmonia (Harmonia Tigerwing).
The latest shipment of pupae to our Tropical Butterfly House comes from Malaysia and contains specimens that are subtle, complex, ornate with many patterns.
Our latest science word puzzle looks deep into our universe while honoring a most deserving scientist. Can you solve the “Finally” edition of PacSci-Doku?
On February 11 PacSci’s Science In The City will explore relationships that research now indicates may be as important to your health as diet and exercise.
There’s something new inside PacSci’s Building 4. It’s an interactive sculpture that combines visual components with sound in surprising ways.