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Published weekly–sometimes more frequently, sometimes less–these roughly three minute reports focus on the many fascinating things our staff, volunteers and supporters are up to these days.
Attention space exploration fans. Mark your calendar for Monday, November 26 as we pull out all the stops to celebrate humankind's next step....out there. Learn all about it in this quick PacSci Podcast then make plans to join us for a day of curiosity and rocket...
Last week, Pacific Science Center was honored to host an esteemed panel of local experts active in the conversation around community-driven innovation and homelessness. Inspired by our latest exhibit, Block by BLOCK: Innovating From the Ground Up, our panelists...
Spending the winter in the southern hemisphere might sound good to northerners. But as we learn in this PacSci Podcast, it depends on how far south you go.
Our newest living exhibit, Death is not the end: a decomposition story, is now open in our Ackerley Family Exhibit Gallery. The exhibit explores the important role that decomposers play in converting dead organisms into usable nutrients so that other organisms can...
In this quick PacSci Podcast we explain why October 2018 is a historic date at Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center in Bellevue.
Meet Melissa MacEwen, a fascinating woman who’s crafted part of an exhibit devoted to decomposition now on display at Pacific Science Center.
Our Discovery Corps is now recruiting for our next class. Learn more about this teen program that has helped so many students over the years.
Pacific Science Center’s famous Tropical Butterfly House has reopened after a 5-day closure. Learn what’s new in this PacSci Podcast, then stop by for your own tropical experience.
A very special event happens at Pacific Science Center next week. It’s a global conference, symposium and convention for a fascinating group of people.
The exhibits team at PacSci are finding ways to bring the awe and wonder of the Tropical Butterfly House to those with low or no vision.