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Arizona Science Center is happy to host, each month, a series that incorporates leaders in science and engineering with members of the community to discuss how biotechnology and medicine are changing the world that we live in presently and our … Continue reading

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In honor of the sweet holiday, Valentine’s Day, we are exploring not only the history of this so called “hallmark holiday,” but also the science of love. Some tales say that Valentine’s Day originated from the patron Saint Valentine who … Continue reading

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Do you struggle with arachnophobia? Do you feel at ease in the water knowing that spiders can’t get to you there? Well you must not be familiar with the diving bell spider, a species of spider that spends the majority … Continue reading

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Good news for the International Space Station. The White House Administration approves an extension for another four years through 2024. Since 1998, this multi-billion dollar orbiting outpost has been travelling around the globe getting plenty of upgrades over the years. … Continue reading

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Arizona Science Center was happy to host the 3rd annual Arizona Science and Technology Festival Launch Event and Press Conference on Jan. 28, 2014. Science celebrity Geoff Notkin of the Science Channel’s “Meteorite Men” and now host of Cox Communications … Continue reading

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It’s easy to argue that astronauts have the best view of the 2014 Sochi Olympic village with new satellite imagery that shows the expansive sporting sites and slopes that will host some of the world’s best athletes as the 2014 … Continue reading

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1. The crates have arrived and the unpacking has begun! 2. A crate arrives that weighs 744 lbs. What could possibly be inside? 3. There is a giant transformer wrapped in plastic wrap. We don’t think it will hold him … Continue reading

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Forecasting Earths weather can be challenging enough. Now try that on an alien planet orbiting a distant star 40 light-years away. At the University of Chicago researchers say the Hubble Space Telescope is capable of a new skill: Weather Forecasting! … Continue reading

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The Art360 series, part of Adults’ Night Out, continues on February 7 with artist Jason Smith. See our interview with him below. Q: How would you describe your art? A: I take a childlike approach to my artwork. I use … Continue reading

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With 80% of the earth’s surface being water, it isn’t surprising that there are more than 1,000 coral species that make up the underwater cities we know as coral reefs. Coral reefs are underwater structures composed of skeletons of marine … Continue reading

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