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Join our on-stage anchor for a rapid-fire news report touching on the latest headlines in your favorite science subjects.
Find out why astronomers are so thrilled about a star 40 light years from Earth with seven exoplanets circling it.
Investigate the role light, math, and your human brain can play while creating the illusion of motion.
Explore and test the materials and design of baseball bats, balls, and turf to see how science helps make home runs happen!
Hear a story and meet its animal star in a presentation made especially for our younger visitors!
Meet biologists, engineers, astronomers, meteorologists, and more in person and ask them your questions.
Explore lightning and storm safety as the world's largest air-insulated Van de Graaff generator hurls indoor bolts.
Discover the furry, feathered, and scaly residents of our Live Animal Center.
Check how nanotechnology is transforming medicine, computing, energy, biological imaging, consumer products, and environmental stewardship.
A rotating schedule of live scientific discovery.
Enjoy the science behind magical demonstrations that reveal how "Science is magic that works." (Kurt Vonnegut)
Ryan Auster, a statistics guru from our research department, shares the ways we can measure the performance of baseball players and teams.
Take a closer look at the latest in science and technology in our lives.
Experience the extreme, even bizarre, effects heat and temperature have on solids, liquids, and gases.
The atomic world as you've never seen before — hilarious, awe-inspiring, and educational!
Investigate balance and how forces cause changes in motion.
Students enjoy an up-close experience with these amazing, beautiful flying insects.
Students will discover how many of the same methods that Leonardo da Vinci used 500 years ago contribute to modern marvels of engineering.
A magician's tablecloth demonstrates relations between mass, velocity, acceleration, and force.
Projectiles, explosions, and brain-racking pendulums illustrate energy's many forms.
This multi-topic presentation highlights current research and innovations across multiple STEM disciplines.
Watch as indoor wind, clouds, fog, and snow are made right before your eyes!
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