Join us for a discussion of the musculoskeletal system, offered by the Athletic Training Education program of Saint Louis University’s College of Health Sciences.  Proper warm-up, stretching, and conditioning techniques will be demonstrated, along with discussions of sports injuries and how to avoid them.  This is the last of a series of four sessions. Ideal for parents and their children, 5th grade and over.

Location: Life Science Lab Classroom, Saint Louis Science Center

Cost: $14 ($12 members) per person per session; $52 ($45 members) per person all sessions

Join us for a discussion of the brain and nervous system, offered by the Adventures in Medicine and Science program of Saint Louis University School of Medicine using real, human anatomical specimens.  This is followed by a hands-on dissection of a sheep brain.  This is the third of a series of four sessions. Ideal for parents and their children, 5th grade and over.

Location: Life Science Lab Classroom, Saint Louis Science Center

Cost: $14 ($12 members) per person per session; $52 ($45 members) per person all sessions

Join us for a discussion of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, offered by the Adventures in Medicine and Science program of Saint Louis University School of Medicine using real, human anatomical specimens.  This is followed by a hands-on dissection of a pig heart.  This is the second of a series of four sessions. Ideal for parents and their children, 5th grade and over.

Location: Life Science Lab Classroom, Saint Louis Science Center

Cost: $14 ($12 members) per person per session; $52 ($45 members) per person all sessions

Come and spend a morning at the Saint Louis Science Center with a human anatomy and physiology expert from the Adventures in Medicine and Science program of Saint Louis University Medical School.  Learn about how the human body through works through a visual tour of the major organs and body systems utilizing a fully dissected human cadaver.  There will also be a discussion of some medically important disease processes.  This is the first of a series of four sessions. Ideal for parents and their children, 5th grade and over.

National Chemistry Week is an event that encourages local chemists and chemistry enthusiasts to build awareness of all things chemistry.  The local American Chemical Society chapter, businesses, schools, and individuals participate in activities to promote the value of chemistry in everyday life.

Made with Code Parties at the Saint Louis Science Center!

What can a young woman do with code? Literally anything! Coding and computing skills provide a foundation in problem solving, creativity, and communication skills that will help a young women succeed and stay competitive in whatever she chooses to do.

The Saint Louis Science Center has teamed up with the Gateway Electric Vehicle Association to bring you the first annual electric vehicle car show! This is a great opportunity to check out what Electric Vehicles (EVs) are all about. We will have owners of all the major EVs including Teslas, Leafs, Volts, and even some home built conversion electric cars to check out. The show goes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the James S. McDonnell Planetarium parking lot.  Concession stand will be available.

The Saint Louis Science Center is excited to partner with Tau Beta Pi- a national Engineering Honors Society to provide STEM Engineering based programs for children grades 3-6. MindSET is a national initiative led by Tau Beta Pi to help K-12 students get interested in STEM careers by organizing a variety of programs that are both fun and educational.