Science Snacks • Make table-top Exploratorium exhibits
Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
What do snowflakes look like on Mars?
Explore an interactive map.
The 1906 earthquake jolted geologists into focusing on how and why faults break loose.
Why do some songs get stuck in your head?
Calculate the weight of a car using just a ruler and a tire pressure gauge.
anatomy of a skateboard, skateboard tricks, types of skateboarding, physics glossary.
In September 2004, the Exploratorium covered a conference in the Galapagos Islands, organized by the National Center for Atmospheric Research, that considered the implications of El Niño forecasting.
Why do teens take risks, and what do our notions of risk tell us about the dangers of growing up?
Find out one reason that buildings aren't equal in an earthquake.
Polarized light reveals stress patterns in clear plastic
Have you ever wondered what makes blue cheese blue, or why some cheeses are hard and others soft?
An introduction to the Internet, CD-ROMS, video conferencing, computer hardware, computer art, and more.
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