Are We Alone In The Universe?

PacSci Perspectives   Thousands of exoplanets have been discovered over the past two decades. In a very special event this Friday, November 3, Dr. Lisa Kaltenegger, Director of the Carl Sagan Institute at Cornell University and an associate professor in Cornell’s...

Building Bots and Breaking Down Barriers

PacSci Perspectives   Local Competitive Robotics Teams Create Inclusivity for People of All Abilities Picture this: two robots, built and controlled by high school students, battling to push the other out of a large ring like Sumo wrestlers, while hundreds of people...

FrankenToys

PacSci Perspectives   On October 28-29, 2017 Pacific Science Center’s Tinker Tank becomes the Island of Misfit Toys. Our guests and staff will reanimate old toys and electronic gadgets to create something new. Will these workshops make you want to shout...

Frankenstein: A Modern Postmortem

PacSci Perspectives   How did Victor Frankenstein build an entire person? In this PacSci Podcast, hear from the UW’s Kaitlyn Casimo who will examine the famous monster and the science and ethical issues related to the big guy at an upcoming Science in the City...

PacSci Podcast: Talking About Climate Change

PacSci Perspectives   You hear a lot about climate change these days, but with such a contentious issue, many people are afraid to talk about it. We have just what you need to fix that. Learn more in this quick PacSci Podcast then make plans at...
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