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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.
On April 11, step into PacSci’s planetarium for a trip to the far reaches of our solar system. You will leave with a sense of awe and amazement.
There’s something new in Pacific Science Center’s What Is Reality program. Our latest experience is called Chorus.
Reproduction is the focus of our newest exhibit at Pacific Science Center. Learn more about Our Plentiful Planet opening March 14.
Our guests, already quite valuable to us, now play an exciting role in some emerging businesses. Find out how in this quick PacSci Podcast then come experience it yourself.
As the Puget Sound area continues to deal with one of the coldest, snowiest winters on record, Pacific Science Center is here to urge you to think summer. As in summer camps.
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 cultural barriers that girls and women face in...
Considering a vacation this summer? We have one “total-ly” awesome suggestion that will take you to the other side of the planet and support science education at the same time.
In this quick PacSci Podcast we learn about Pacific Science Center’s newest exhibit. One in which you can be part of science and learn about it at the same time.
An event that has attracted hundreds of thousands over the past 45 years is back for 2019. It’s PacSci’s Annual Model Railroad Show January 19-21.
We received another call from Graylan Vincent of Seattle who's spending this winter at the south pole where summer is in full swing and with it lots of scientific research. Our previous reports from Graylan can be found here and here. This time he reports on just how...