Fresh Sheet – February 16, 2019

PacSci Perspectives   Here comes the sunshine, or as close as we can get it by receiving our pupae from somewhere warm.Included in this week’s shipment are small numbers of two sulfur butterflies: Phoebis sennae, the Cloudless Sulfur and Anteos clorinde, the...

Sea Star Crossed Lovers: How Do Sea Stars Mate?

PacSci Perspectives   Just in time for Valentine’s Day, there is romance in the air…er, in the water at Pacific Science Center. Our Living Exhibits staff noticed something in our Salt Water Tide Pool recently, which is an event we seldom see among the...

PacSci Podcast: Breaking Down Barriers

PacSci Perspectives   Pacific Science Center has started a new initiative that we’re convinced is critically important in this day and age. It’s called the Girls and Women in STEM Initiative and it’s about helping to break down the social and...

Fresh Sheet – February 9, 2019

PacSci Perspectives   One of the species we are getting this week is Agraulis vanillea, known by its common name as “Gulf Fritillary.” Unlike a lot of our species, this one has populations all the way north into the USA Gulf Region, as well as in Central...

PacSci Podcast: Take One “Total-ly” Awesome Trip This Summer

PacSci Perspectives   As these words are being written the temperature outside is well below freezing with snowy, icy roadways and the usual dangers that go along with winter weather. So, now is a great time to consider summer vacations. And do we have one...

Teens Spend Saturday Stream Monitoring

PacSci Perspectives   How did you spend your Saturday morning? Maybe sitting by the stove reading, sleeping in, snuggled under the covers, or preparing for that Super Bowl party you always throw? For some teens on the Eastside, Saturday mornings are a time to explore...
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