New Exhibit On Surgery To Display At
 Pacific Science Center

PacSci Perspectives Surgery + Innovation = A Better Way to Operate Opens June 10 SEATTLE, WA (May 18, 2017) – Surgeons heal diseases and repair injuries by cutting, reshaping, and stitching the body. However, modern innovations in surgery are allowing surgical teams...

Engineering T Cells To Kill Cancer

PacSci Perspectives   “I’m so, so sorry. The results are back, and we’re going to need you to come in so we can discuss your options,” the woman on the phone said to me. Everything became fuzzy. My eyes filled with tears. My knees gave out. I...

To Dream Big, Go Small: Avery Bang’s Simple Genius

PacSci Perspectives Some of the greatest works of engineering are simple. Meet Avery Bang, an engineer building bridges across the world. Though offered a better paying, more prestigious job, she chose to go abroad and create sustainable, simple bridges that offer...

Under The Surface: The Story Of Microbes

PacSci Perspectives How important are the creatures we can’t see? Microbes (or microorganisms) make up an essential part of our ecosystem. Rachel Spietz, an oceanographer and graduate student at the University of Washington, studies these too-small-to-see (but...

Science in the City: Art + Science

PacSci Perspectives “Art and science are more similar then they are different,” according to Dr. Greg Dunn. Kids are taught, from a young age, that being able to draw or paint (technique) is what makes a good artist; but being successful also requires a...
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