Lawrence Hall of Science's howtosmile.org was declared one of the Top 100 Educational Websites of 2018, and the top 10 for math by Homeschool Base. Read on to learn more about howtosmile.org and Homeschool Base's support for the academic community.
Weighing in at 16 tons and sculpted with celestial science in mind, the Sunstones II exhibit is an art installation of astronomical proportions. Read on to explore the wonders of this sculpture and to learn how you can experience one of its seasonal features through the Winter Window.
On Monday, August 21st, the Hall hosted over 1,200 visitors eager to see and learn about the Great American Eclipse. Read on to learn more about the activities and learning that happened on Eclipse Day 2017.
On August 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible in the contiguous United States for the first time in 40 years, with a partial solar eclipse visible across North America. Read on for five tips for safely viewing this celestial phenomenon.
The Lawrence Hall of Science community was saddened to learn of the passing of Dr. Marian Diamond, professor emerita of integrative biology at UC Berkeley and former director of the Hall. Read on to learn more about her invaluable contributions to the Hall and to STEM education.
Each year, the Lawrence Hall of Science participates in the Achieve scholarship program by providing students with summer internship opportunities. Read to learn more about Achieve and this year's Ingenuity Lab interns.
On June 22, the Hall was fortunate enough to host Drs. Gibor Basi, Courtney Dressing, and Martin Still, three scientists working on NASA's Kepler Mission. Read to learn more about Kepler and the mission's incredible legacy in the search for exoplanets (planets orbiting stars) and extraterrestrial life.
Researchers at the Hall, in collaboration with Arizona State University, are developing a tablet application for middle school teachers who are implementing oral scientific argumentation in their classrooms. Read to learn more about the DiALoG project.