New Exhibit on Memory on Display

PacSci Perspectives Memory: Fragrant Flashbacks Opens September 16 SEATTLE, WA (September 7, 2017) – The final installment of Pacific Science Center’s four-part exhibit series on the science of memory opens September 16. Memory: Fragrant Flashbacks explores how...

You Can Be A Citizen Scientist In Our Tropical Butterfly House

PacSci Perspectives   Cit-i-zen Sci-ence: (noun) the collection and analysis of data relating to the natural world by members of the general public, typically as part of a collaborative project with professional scientists. Even though the Living Exhibits Department...

Fresh Sheet – July 29, 2017

PacSci Perspectives   At Pacific Science Center we think one of the most popular nectar plants in our Tropical Butterfly House is the Firebush (Hamelia patens). At first glance, Firebush flowers don’t appear to be open but don’t tell the Heliconidae...

Craft Cocktails You Will Only Find At THEORY

PacSci Perspectives   For many Seattleites (of legal drinking age), the summer season ushers in the constant pursuit of an outdoor venue to sip on refreshing cocktails. Look no further than Pacific Science Center. On July 28, we will be hosting the party of the summer...

Surgery Without Stitches: Interventional Radiology (IR)

PacSci Perspectives   Fifty years ago, radiologists learned to diagnose many medical conditions by injecting dye into a patient’s bloodstream and using X-rays to pinpoint the problem. Then pioneering radiologist Charles Dotter asked, “If we can find it,...
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