For most of us, science arrives in our lives packaged neatly as fact. But how did it get that way?
An interview with Robert Macimmie of the California Historical Society.
The qualities that made Frank Oppenheimer so special are the same qualities that make the Exploratorium special: an insistence on excellence, a knack for finding new ways of looking at things, and a respect for invention and play.
In Observance of the 50th Anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
An introduction to the Internet, CD-ROMS, video conferencing, computer hardware, computer art, and more.
Nobel Laureate Symposium
Explore the history, people, and landscape of this research facility and the scientific and cultural ideas that emerge.
Couldn't get to the Panama Pacific International Exposition in 1915? Go now in 3-D!
Ordinary materials used in extraordinary ways.
An evening of wine, food, and talk.
Our collaboration with Public Radio International's The World. With Public Radio International, we're taking technology news beyond the headlines.
Learn how to bridge the digital generation gap
See what's cool this month! Browse our archives for the best science, art, and education sites.
Sedge Thomson's unique radio show. Five archived shows that were conducted at the Exploratorium from May to December 1998.