In the 1870s, an American woman could not vote. She could not own property in her own name after marriage. But she could play ball. . .
When you pick up a baseball, it immediately suggests its purpose: to be thrown fast and with considerable accuracy.
How can something as light as air slow down a hit?
See what makes a home run.
Baseball pushes the limits of human biology.
What can you build with 50 straws and 50 pins?
Activities on structure and building, in Italian.
Learn about the inner workings of a cell through this interactive exhibit.
Find out how proteins make muscles work in this original Exploratorium poster, illustrated by David Goodsell.
Meet David Goodsell, a molecular biologist and artist who finds beauty in the molecules of cells.
Build cantilevers from bamboo garden poles and drinking straws and discover the importance of scale.
Learn how living things get energy from dead ones in this interactive exhibit.
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