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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.
Veteran meteorologist Jeff Renner explains the difference between weather and climate and just why changes in the latter are critical to all of us.
The octopus is the focus of a lot of research, but not in the way you might expect. Turns out they may help us with problems on this planet and elsewhere.
Meet a member of our Board of Directors, a woman with a love of education who wants everyone to know the many accomplishments of women and people of color.
Recent Stories At Pacific Science Center we believe that science needs diversity. We prioritize inclusion, diversity, equity and access in order to strengthen our organization and our community. And there is no greater champion of that than Adriane Brown who chairs...
On February 11 PacSci’s Science In The City will explore relationships that research now indicates may be as important to your health as diet and exercise.
There’s something new inside PacSci’s Building 4. It’s an interactive sculpture that combines visual components with sound in surprising ways.
PacSci’s laser dome lights up December with extra shows to brighten your holidays and new this year: Artist Choice Laser Performances every Saturday night.
The 2019 holiday season is here and once again this year, PacSci is going all out with a very special light art installation.
Twenty newly discovered moons makes Saturn the new king of moons in our solar system, and their discovery may mean much more.
In this PacsSci Podcast we look at an event coming up just before Halloween that focuses on an infamous story and examines it from a scientific perspective.