Science Snacks • Make table-top Exploratorium exhibits
Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
Grow your own stalagmites in luscious colors.
Use a sheet of liquid crystal to learn about how infrared cameras work.
This homemade connector will let you connect salvaged actuators (output devices) such as relays, lights, motors, and other electronic parts that can be powered by 4 to 6 volts.
Explore the places, people, tools, and ideas behind the origins of matter, the universe, and life itself.
In 2009, the ECHO (Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations) Partners hosted a national symposium held at the Exploratorium to discuss the effects of climate change on the planet. You can watch archived webcasts of the symposium.
Tease your brain with five interactive illusions. You won't believe your eyes.
Join us as we follow NASA’s latest rover, Curiosity.
A downloadable series of graphics from our Faultline website gives a snapshot of seismic science.
Everything you ever wanted to know about bubbles, but were afraid to ask.
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