Saint Louis Science Center News

Post date: May, 5 2015

As you enter the James S. mcDonnell Planetarium from Forest Park, you'll be whisked away to the earth's atmosphere alongside authentic Mercury and Gemini capsules. An open layout and vaulted cailings will showcase an earthscapes mural that will envelope you as you envision yourself in orbit alongside space capsules. Plus, a new box...

Post date: May, 5 2015

VISITATION ACADEMY SCIENCE TEACHER WINS 2015 LOEB PRIZE FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

Heather Essig, a science teacher at Visitation Academy, is the winner of the 2015 Carol B. and Jerome T. Loeb Prize for Excellence in...

Post date: April, 29 2015

The Saint Louis Science Center is excited to be part of Give STL Day, a 24-hour giving event with local...

Post date: April, 24 2015

Everywhere you turned at April's paleo-themed First Friday you found something to delight and intrigue...

Post date: March, 31 2015

Have you seen the F/A 18 Blue Angel perched outside the James S. McDonnell Planetarium? If not, we recommend you drop by and see it. But even if you have, get ready for something that will make the experience even better. 

 

Post date: March, 4 2015

 

If you’ve been to the Saint Louis Science Center since late December, you may have already seen the new Discovery Room. 

Post date: February, 19 2015
"The YES teens in the Neuroscience component competed in the St. Louis Area Brain Bee held at Washington University this past weekend.  
Post date: December, 9 2014
Post date: November, 25 2014

Join us at our December First Friday, Battlestar Galactica - So Say We All, and try out our new experience - Battlestar Scienza! 

Battlestar Scienza is a live-action interactive experience in which you and your fellow crewmates will...

Post date: October, 22 2014

On Thursday, October 23 the Moon will pass between the Earth and Sun causing a partial solar eclipse.  Partial solar eclipses happen when the Moon comes between the Sun and Earth, but the three celestial bodies don't perfectly align (and the Moon only partially covers the Sun). 

The partial...

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