Have You Experienced Science In The City?

PacSci Perspectives   If you haven’t yet attended one of our Science in The City presentations, you’re really missing out. These events present some of today’s most important issues with local scientists, authors, technology leaders and others...

Fresh Sheet – January 13, 2018

PacSci Perspectives   In this week’s pupae shipment from Suriname we are featuring the graceful Dryas iulia (Julia Longwing). A Neotropical species, Dryas iulia butterflies are now found breeding in the wild in parts of Thailand and Malaysia. The cause of the species...

Super-Blue-Blood Moon!

PacSci Perspectives   January is going out with a phenomenal lunar event. There is a lunar eclipse early in the morning on January 31. Lunar eclipses happen during a full moon and this will be the second full moon of the month, so that makes it a “blue”...

PacSci Podcast: Another Reality Under the Arches

PacSci Perspectives   Pacific Science Center’s What Is Reality program features the work of local companies such as Hyperspace. In this PacSci Podcast, learn about the world(s) Hyperspace is building right now. A project that takes VR to a whole new level.  ...

Tinkering Through The Process Of Science

PacSci Perspectives   At Pacific Science Center, we’re all about modeling science as a process. In fact, it’s one of our guiding principles. We aim to show that science is a boundless and timeless process of inquiry, discovery and problem solving. When you...

Volunteer Spotlight: James Lin

PacSci Perspectives   Volunteers are an essential part of wonderful guest experiences at Pacific Science Center. Meet James Lin, an electrical engineer on the Surface team at Microsoft who applies his talents in our Tinker Tank. 1. How long have you been volunteering...
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