PacSci Perspectives is where you can discover stories from Pacific Science Center. Learn about what’s happening under the arches and beyond.
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...read more
The last pupae shipment of 2018 comes from our wonderful vendor in El Salvador who included his best wishes for the New Year in “A Toast to the Future.”read more
We’ve got a secret to share with you. The Pacific Science Center you know during the day is much different after hours. And with some new programs, it’s better than ever.read more
We’re excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for one of Pacific Science Center’s most beloved teen programs at Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center in Bellevue.read more
Here it is, December 2018 which marks 20 years of our famous Tropical Butterfly House. We’re celebrating by sparking even more curiosity.read more
Pacific Science Center will be closed for Christmas but will reopen on December 26 to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of our Tropical Butterfly House.read more
The debate is raging over the gene editing technology known as CRISPR. An upcoming event will help you understand this controversial technology.read more
This being the darkest time of year in our part of the world, a trip to our warm Tropical Butterfly House will help brighten things. And our latest arrivals from Suriname will help you pass the time.read more
Our newest IMAX documentary, Turtle Odyssey 3D is all about sea turtles. In this podcast we learn how you might encounter those fascinating creatures here in the Pacific Northwest.read more
Are you curious about Membership at Pacific Science Center? Are you searching for a great deal on fun-fueled discovery? You’ve come to the right place!read more
In this episode we get an update from Graylan Vincent of Seattle who’s spending the winter at the South Pole where some pretty heavy research is under way.read more
PacSci-Doku: "Eating Dinosaur" By Dennis Schatz - Senior Advisor Do you Sudoku? It's one of the hottest number games around! Well, here's a twist we think you'll love. We call it PacSci-Doku. Can you guess why? Here's how it works. Instead of filling in the blanks...read more
The latest residents to our Tropical Butterfly House come from Malaysia and included in this list is one species that’s hard to miss.read more
Climate change and aliens. That’s how astrophysicist Adam Frank describes his event at Pacific Science Center Dec. 18. Thought provoking? Definitely.read more
Looking to support Pacific Science Center in a unique and meaningful way this holiday season? We invite you to visit our Amazon Wish List to help ignite curiosity.read more
This is Pacific Science Center’s home for news from under the arches and beyond. Find stories and ideas featuring our exhibits, IMAX theaters, events and programs that bring science to life and ignite curiosity in people of all ages. Find posts from our Wellbody Blog, an extension of Professor Wellbody’s Academy of Heatlh & Wellness, as well as our PacSci Life Blog, that follows all the happenings from our axolotls to our naked mole rats.
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.
For some teens on the Eastside, Saturday mornings are a time to explore the local environment. And when we say explore, we mean it. They’re wading into local streams to monitor what’s going on out there.
In this week’s list of new arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House we invite you to gaze into our emerging window. What do you see?
Pacific Science Center is offering free general admission for two adults and up to four children (up to 18 years of age), through the end of January, to all federal employees affected by the furlough.
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.