John Zhang of the New Hope Fertility Center of New York recently led a three-parent technique that resulted in the world’s first child born with two bio moms and one dad. A Jordanian couple in Mexico sought out Zhang’s help because the mother has genes for Leigh syndrome – a fatal disorder that attacks the […]
Pop! Fizz! Bang! Let you inner genius go wild on this day of science and fun. Come make slimy, fizzy and explosive creations in our temporary “laboratories”. See and interact with robots in our robot petting zoo, learn about how real scientists work and study at a “Meet the Scientists” meet and greet, and watch […]
Inside the kitchen, much more is going on than pouring and mixing – it’s science at work! Our holiday festival is filled with great hands-on activities designed to bring families together this holiday season. Plus, check out award-winning Gingerbread Competition entries displayed throughout the Cube! Activities include: Gingerbread Derby (11am, 1pm, & 3pm) Kitchen Chemistry […]
One Saturday a month, the Observatory hosts a public star party. Free public star parties are held monthly at Griffith Observatory from 2:00 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. with the assistance of volunteers from the Los Angeles Astronomical Society, the Los Angeles Sidewalk Astronomers, and The Planetary Society. They are a chance for the whole family […]
Join the CMSC on the 4th Saturday of every month for Saturday Science! The CMSC offers fun science presentations and activities. Activities are scheduled at 12:00pm and 3:00pm and are designed for children 7 and above. Presentations begin at 1:00pm for all ages to enjoy! It is all included with the regular $5 admission fee!
In this weeklong camp, children (ages 5-8) will examine the science and anatomy of bugs and use this knowledge to write a comic book story about an insect-based superhero of their own creation! Campers will also visit with some of our resident bugs, create superhero bug costumes, learn comic book drawing techniques, and write a […]
Kid workshops at Kidspace Children’s Museum happen twice a month offering an opportunity to investigate the natural world and discover new passions in science and art learning. From volcanoes to kites or birds and gardening, there is sure to be a workshop that will inspire your kids. $7 per child in addition to museum admission. Sunday: […]
October 4 – November 2, 2014 Giant bugs, creepy crawlers and friendly spooks are all making their way to Discovery Cube for Spooky Science this October. Join them as they explore bugs of all colors and sizes among over-sized exhibit sets and hands-on learning stations. Even the youngest of goblins will enjoy spooky fun while exploring insects like never […]