Thankful For Our Volunteers

PacSci Perspectives   On a day where we give thanks, Pacific Science Center would like to extend a big “Thank You” to our volunteers. Without your hard work, the Science Center wouldn’t be able to serve nearly 1 million people a year. A Special...

Making Frog Legs Under The Arches

PacSci Perspectives   A great new documentary movie called Amazon Adventure 3D just opened at Pacific Science Center. To celebrate the movie’s release, and to help explain some of the science therein, we decided to devote an entire week to the Amazon. In this quick...

Explore The Amazon In Seattle

PacSci Perspectives   In this PacSci Podcast, learn how tricky it is to tell a story millions of years in the making in just 25 minutes. A great new documentary movie is now playing at Pacific Science Center’s Boeing IMAX Theater. It’s called Amazon...

PacSci DIY: Fall Slime

PacSci Perspectives   Take your fall celebrations to a whole new level with this easy-to-make recipe for fall slime. Here are the ingredients you will need: 2 mixing bowls ¾ tsp of Borax detergent (you can get at any store) 2 cups of white school glue 3 cups of warm...

Are We Alone In The Universe?

PacSci Perspectives   Thousands of exoplanets have been discovered over the past two decades. In a very special event this Friday, November 3, Dr. Lisa Kaltenegger, Director of the Carl Sagan Institute at Cornell University and an associate professor in Cornell’s...

Building Bots and Breaking Down Barriers

PacSci Perspectives   Local Competitive Robotics Teams Create Inclusivity for People of All Abilities Picture this: two robots, built and controlled by high school students, battling to push the other out of a large ring like Sumo wrestlers, while hundreds of people...
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