Curiosity Expo

 

 

Curiosity Expo

Curiosity Expo (CX) is a science-filled weekend for the whole community, with hands-on activities led by local experts built around a single, inspiring theme. CX is included with general admission.

Engineering // CX

Not able to attend our recent virtual Engineering // CX on May 29, 2020? Check out the recording of the day’s events, talks, activities, and more. 

How would you like to see electricity being made in real time? Would you like to see how fish-tracking technology can help save the steelhead of Hood Canal? What about learning how to make an actual battery out of household objects? For this installment of CX, test and examine the ways we dream, design, develop, and engineer innovative solutions for our everyday lives. Uncover all of these things and much more during the very first virtual Engineering // CX event! 

Curiosity Never Closes: Support PacSci

While we are closed to the public, we are still serving the community. We depend on support from you.

King County Library Reading List

Here at PacSci, we’re proud to partner with the King County Library System to develop a reading list for each of our Curiosity Expo programs. Start a conversation with your family and friends on this fascinating topic by checking out some of the books on the latest reading list. Visit your local library and then head over to PacSci to keep the conversation going!

KCLS curates this list and by clicking the Reading List webpage you are navigating to an external website.

Reading List

Members Get More

Ignite your curiosity day after day! Members enjoy unlimited free admission for a year, discounts on events and programs, invitations to exclusive events, as well as passes and discounts on IMAX and Laser shows, and ticketed VR experiences.

Upcoming Curiosity Expos

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Sponsors

Curiosity Expo is sponsored by The Boeing Company.

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