PacSci Blog is where you can discover stories from Pacific Science Center. Learn what’s happening under the arches and beyond.
The latest arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House come from El Salvador and it’s a grand week of swallowtails!
PacSci’s What is Reality project reaches new heights this summer and with new developments, expect things to go to places as yet unimagined.
It’s time to celebrate the life of a remarkable reptile who touched the lives of so many.
Our latest science word puzzle is clean and refreshing. Can you solve the “Antibacterial Guru” edition of PacSci-Doku?
With this week’s shipment of new arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House, week we would like to celebrate Euides isabella, or Isabella longwing.
Take a selfie on the moon, visit with penguins, and more during our newest virtual reality experiences. PacSci’s offerings are changing this summer.
The latest arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House come from Suriname and feature a huge new crop of Caligo memnon, the giant Owl Butterfly.
Sci-fi fan or not, you’ll love Science in the City: Star Trek and the science of humanoid evolution Monday, July 29 at 7 p.m. in Pacific Science Center’s PACCAR Theater.
The latest arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House include a huge favorite. Literally. Stop by and take a closer look at the Atlas Moth.
The summer season is erupting at PacSci with some explosions, scary bike rides, and much more. We invite you to make science part of your summer.
Here are this week’s pupae, from El Salvador. The latest arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House include a couple of species with synonymous names.
In this PacSci Podcast we explore parts of our campus that you may not have realized were exhibits and how you can create your own exhibit space at home.
Local artist Ted Youngs explains his latest art installation which focuses on a growing concern each summer – wildfires and smoke.
The latest shipment of new residents to our Tropical Butterfly House includes some of our favorites and always a Guest favorite – Monarchs.
The new exhibit and related art installation aim to bring awareness to the increased presence of wildfires and smoke in the Pacific Northwest.
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.
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.
Our latest science word puzzle is a story with a happy ending. Can you solve the “Major Comeback” edition of PacSci-Doku?