A Million Ways to Reproduce

PacSci Blog Fascinating article from The New York Times about some of our favorite insects, stick insects. The residents in our current exhibit, Our Plentiful Planet, are known for their camouflage: their stick-like appearance helps to keep them hidden from predators....

PacSci Podcast: Pacific Science Center’s Most Valuable Assets

PacSci Perspectives   What is the most valuable part of Pacific Science Center? Our famous arches? Our butterflies? Exhibits? It’s really the thousands of guests who visit and support our work. But these days, their value extends beyond Pacific Science Center....

PacSci Podcast: The Science Of Research

PacSci Perspectives   Pacific Science Center has just opened up a new exhibit we call Science in Action: I-LABS. I-LABS stands for the Institute of Learning and Brain Sciences at the University of Washington, our partner on this new exhibit. Unlike other exhibits, in...

Fresh Sheet – January 19, 2019

PacSci Perspectives   This week’s pupae shipment from Costa Rica includes the beautiful Danaus plexippus (The Monarch). These butterflies should be emerging around the same time as Pacific Science Center brings back the popular IMAX movie, “Flight of the...

“Coolest Thing I’ve Ever Seen”

PacSci Perspectives   Hyperspace XR is expanding its extended reality experience now showing at Pacific Science Center.Virtual reality, augmented reality…and now extended reality is taking our guests to places they’ve never been.Come experience the magic...
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