Dennis Schatz NSTA President-Elect

PacSci Perspectives Pacific Science Center Educator Selected as the National Science Teachers Association’s 2018-2019 President-Elect. SEATTLE, Wa.—June 6, 2018—The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) announced that Dennis Schatz, senior advisor at...

Volunteer Appreciation Week April 15-22, 2018

PacSci Perspectives   Every year, we rely on hundreds of volunteers who donate their time to help us ignite curiosity and bring science to life for our guests each and every day. For National Volunteer Appreciation Week (April 15-22), we will highlight a member of our...

Global Health Education Coming To Pacific Science Center

PacSci Perspectives Evening Lectures Happening Each Month in Partnership with the Washington Global Health Alliance SEATTLE, WA (March 28, 2017) – Pacific Science Center will be offering evening lectures focusing on global health throughout 2019. The Global Health and...

Electric Coffin: Where The Scientific Process Becomes An Art Form

PacSci Perspectives   By the name, you probably wouldn’t guess that Electric Coffin is a multi-disciplinary studio based in Seattle. This studio is pushing the boundaries of innovation by using art as a filter to engage, excite, and craft inspired experiences....

PacSci Podcast: Talking About Climate Change

PacSci Perspectives   You hear a lot about climate change these days, but with such a contentious issue, many people are afraid to talk about it. We have just what you need to fix that. Learn more in this quick PacSci Podcast then make plans at...

PacSci DIY: Pumpkin-Cano

PacSci Perspectives   Want to know another way to spice up your pumpkin for Halloween while also learning the basics of acid-based reactions? Make a pumpkin-cano! What you’ll need for the experiment: A Jack-O-Lantern A measuring cup Baking Soda (about 2-3...
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