From Science Fiction to Science Fact!
May 27, 2015
7 p.m. (Doors open at 6 p.m.)
Join us for a discussion about Isaac Asimov, settling Mars, and how pop culture and the arts can and should be used to spark learning in young students and the development of new technologies with author Richard Peck and former NASA Chief Technologist Mason Peck, moderated by author and activist Brad Snyder with a special send by Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton.
Brought to you by: Arizona Science Center, Dion Initiative and Arizona State University
Limited seating, purchase tickets now!
Small World Nikon 2014 World Tour
Ends May 31, 2015
The 2014 Nikon International Small World Competition recognizes excellence in photography through the microscope and showcases the top photomicrographs. These photomicrographs capture a glimpse of a world unseen by the naked eye, and may be of great technical significance as well as sheer beauty to contemplate.
This exhibit is free with general admission.
Adults Night Out Lectures
Colorado River Shortage - How Arizona Will Be Impacted | June 5, 2015
When shortage is declared on the Colorado River, Central Arizona Project's water supply will be cut first. CAP supplies water to regions where 80% of the Arizona's population lives. Now in its 15th year of drought, the Colorado River system is nearing a shortage declaration and CAP is working collaboratively to find solutions to address the ongoing imbalance between allocation and use. Come learn more about the value of Arizona's Colorado River water supply and what can be done to protect it. **Lecture seating is first-come, first-served.
Click here for more information about June's ANO lecture.
The Best Medicine of Tomorrow-Today
2015 W.O.N.D.E.R. Project Lecture Series
Ben Johnson, MD, NMD, D.O., co-author of The Healing Codes | October 2, 2015
Bill Tiller, PhD., Founder, Bill Tiller Institute | November 6, 2015
FREE General Admission for Seniors on the First Tuesday of every month
This offer is for persons 62+ only. Please bring your driver’s license, passport or identification card with you day of.
Arizona Science Center Members Weekend Hours
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.