Join us for an evening exploring photography’s evolution from analog to digital, looking at photographic printing techniques, and hearing from photographers about their art and craft and what makes an image memorable.
Join Exploratorium Senior Scientist Paul Doherty as he gives an update on the Rosetta Mission, the Philae lander, and Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. See the latest images and learn about the information the lander has gathered so far!
Learn the fascinating ways maize has been shaped by ancient and modern breeding techniques. Find out how genetic research and archaeological evidence helped scientists unearth its origins and develop key strategies for adapting varieties to climate change.
To honor the 25th anniversary of Anima Mundi, Godfrey Reggio’s seminal documentary on wildlife conservation, students from Cal State Monterey Bay’s environmental filmmaking class present five short documentaries revisiting several species featured in the original film.
Please join computer scientists, data artists, and scientists in a conversation about how data visualization is changing the way we see our landscapes, and how these new views can often lead to positive change.