Masks are required for all visitors 2+. Vaccines recommended. Plan your visit
Get a taste of how the earth's plates move.
Bring movie, TV, and cartoon images to life.
Build a simple motorized toy made of a recycled CD and a DC motor.
Make a simple rocket and a rocket launcher, and watch a demonstration of how the finished rocket will fly.
Build a stripped-down motor, a simple, easy-to-make version of the electric motors found in toys, tools, and appliances.
Make a spinning disc called a stroboscope, which lets you create your own animated cartoon.
What's the science behind a home run? Why do curveballs curve? Learn about the game from players from the S.F. Giants & Oakland A's.
An introduction to the concepts and theories that contribute to contemporary complexity research.
Demonstrations of electric Robo-Cars made by 22 Science Summer students.
Visit the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, which studies what the universe is made of and how the universe works.
In celebration of Albert Einstein's work in 1905, science laboratories and museum around the world (including the Exploratorium) participated in a twelve-hour webcast that explored Einstein's influence on current physics research.
(Embarcadero at Green Street)
San Francisco, CA 94111
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