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What are we thinking about? Who have we met recently? Who or what is inspiring us? Browse these blogs, written by Exploratorium staff and find out what’s happening behind the scenes at the museum.
by Rob Rothfarb • January 22, 2009
A screening of a machinima--a film made entirely in a virtual world, shown both in the real world and in Second Life.
by luigi • January 20, 2009
by luigi • January 14, 2009
by luigi • January 13, 2009
by Rob Rothfarb • August 8, 2008
Learn more about eclipses through exhibits in Second Life that show the sun-earth-moon system to scale.
by Mary Miller • July 5, 2008
I’m heading to Greenland to camp and hike with glaciologists, biologists, and climate researchers, recording interviews, writing dispatches, and capturing moving and still image scenes of this gorgeous icy island.
by Mary Miller • April 14, 2008
San Francisco was hosting an international celebrity, one whose whereabouts were a deeply desired yet hidden secret: the Olympic torch.
by Mary Miller • March 5, 2008
Margaret Wertheim visits the Exploratorium to give a workshop on creating mathematically complex forms through crochet and discuss a community art project called the Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef.
by Mary Miller • February 18, 2008
AAAS, a unique cross-roads of science and society that seem ever more relevant to those of us who love research and want to share it with our audiences.
by Mary Miller • February 16, 2008
Sediment cores from the Arctic reveal a past that was “stinky, swampy and freaking warm.”
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