by Amar Puri • July 3, 2015
Make your own liquid “fireworks” with this simple and safe activity!
by Shannon Eliot • July 2, 2015
At After Dark: RGB, be sure to catch these highglights of the Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Walk, a self-guided tour of exhibits that allows visitors to experience both visible and invisible electromagnetic phenomena.
by Maria Zilberman • July 1, 2015
The Exploratorium’s Global Studios division recently created 16 exhibits for the new UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital San Francisco. Along the way, we learned a lot about what it means to bring hands-on science to a hospital.
by Maria Zilberman • June 30, 2015
Fourth of July weekend is your last chance to taste, touch, and take in the Exploratorium’s temporary exhibits at Fort Mason before they’re removed from the national park site.
by Adam Esposito • June 29, 2015
June 30 and July 1 will be a great time to see the two brightest planets in our night sky exceptionally close to each other.
by Shannon Eliot • June 26, 2015
Get a recap of our favorite science news this week, including advances in heart valve treatments, laser surgery for mental illness, and volcanoes on Venus.
by Jackie Clay • June 25, 2015
Artist and students use drawing as a way of knowing and learning human anatomy.
by Maria Zilberman • June 22, 2015
Curator Pamela Winfrey dives into what she learned while creating the Exploratorium's newest exhibition, The Really Big Questions. Winfrey's team explored the intricacies and idiosyncrasies of what makes us human in order to create a thought-provoking experience for visitors.
by Maria Zilberman • June 19, 2015
From DNA analysis of the Kennewick Man to the first dispatch from Philae in seven months, here are some juicy science stories we've read this week.
by Shannon Eliot • June 18, 2015
For more than 18 years, the Exploratorium has been thrilling the public by showing the world how science exists all around us through its science demo competition show Iron Science Teacher.
Studio for Public Spaces
by Adam Green • June 17, 2015
The Studio for Public Spaces is excited to announce that we will be hosting the AIASF NEXT Placemaking Deep Dive, presented by the American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter, on November 12 here at the Exploratorium!