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Explore the science behind making sourdough bread with the Exploratorium's Hungry for Science Sourdough: No Knead to Worry. Explore the basics of breadmaking and some scientific tips to help you create the perfect loaf:
Welcome to your summer hub for discovery & delight. Choose your path to live events, kitchen science, fascinating films, and all the “museum at home” you’ve been craving—it’s all free. Stay safe, start here, and keep exploring: #MuseumFromHome
Join the Exploratorium's Cinema Arts Program DirectorLiz Keim, Senior Program Developer Kathleen Maguire & Program Director Samuel Sharkland for a list of fringe & cross-disciplinary recommendations for the latest installment of @mcevoyarts ' Picks:
This fourth of July weekend, join the Exploratorium's Ron Hipschman for some real illumination on the history, chemistry, and physics of fireworks with a #throwback to Full-Spectrum Science: Fireworks: #MuseumFromHome
This week, discover the world of #LightUpOurDays ! Use materials & tools you might already have to explore everyday phenomena in surprising ways with the Exploratorium's #TinkeringatHome projects: Curious? Let's get started! 📷 steph.muscat (1/3)
Tonight: Join us for After Dark Online: Race and COVID-19 with Exploratorium Senior Scientist@frazierarchive in conversation with @KBibbinsDomingo : Thurs., 7/9 • 7 p.m. PDT Free and online on the Exploratorium Facebook and YouTube. (1/2).
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Help the Exploratorium recover & reopen! We’re much more than a museum. We’re a nonprofit organization whose education work changes lives for lifelong learners everywhere. Right now, we face challenges— every donation counts, please donate today!
#eclispe2017 chasers! Your task: Find household items w/ tiny holes. Pinholes show image of sun & will be crescents when eclipse starts. ?
Keep kids busy and engaged at home with hundreds of FREE ways to play and learn from the Exploratorium. Equip your home classroom with tons of free resources—from videos explaining virus science to easy hands-on projects using household materials.
Go down a science rabbit-hole! Find hundreds of free videos and easy projects created by the Exploratorium. Discover why soap destroys viruses, take a virtual tour, cook up some food science, and tinker around your house with what you have at home.