The Lawrence Hall of Science is leading the way in developing a new science learning program to teach high school students about engineering, math, and innovative solar technology.
The Space Sciences Laboratory and the Lawrence Hall of Science are proud to join NASA, the Science Museum of Minnesota, the Museum of Science in Boston, and Arizona State University as part of the Space and Earth Informal STEM Education (SEISE) project.
Our beloved fin whale has been getting some much needed repairs. Learn about the people working on Pheena, and find out what it takes to fix up a massive whale sculpture. As it turns out, the process is not all that different from fixing a boat.
Results of community-based research conducted by East Bay Academy for Young Scientists youth unveils alarming levels of particulate matter in air at one of San Francisco's most populated BART stations. Read about BART's response to these findings and how this research contributes to protecting the health of commuters and BART employees.
Amid all the traveling, eating, and socializing of the holiday season, my shopping plans fell by the wayside. With finals at UC Berkeley quickly approaching (I'm a student in Business Administration and Media Studies), I wanted a quick way to find the perfect gifts for my friends and family. While I may be a bit biased because I work part-time at the Lawrence Hall of Science, I decided to turn to our own hidden gem—the Discovery Corner Toy & Book Store.
Engaging standards-aligned science curriculum is now at the core of teaching in the Santa Barbara Unified School District — thanks to the collaboration between motivated school district leaders, strategic funding from the Wharton Foundation and the community, and the expertise of the Lawrence Hall of Science.
Disabilities can become barriers to science for many students, but the Lawrence Hall of Science wants to change that. Students with disabilities visited the Hall and were inspired by guest speakers who reminded them that science is for everyone.
The Lawrence Hall of Science delivered a science-focused activity at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on April 6, 2015. This was the Hall’s fifth time attending the event on the South Lawn of the White House, and it was an incredible honor to be asked to return to represent science learning.