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April 23rd, 2018

Phoenix Herpetological Society Facility Tour

Come learn about some of our rescued reptiles at the PHS sanctuary on this 2.5 - 3 hour guided tour
April 23rd, 2018

Night of the Marvelous Moon

Join us for a night of marveling at the Moon, on Kitt Peak!
April 23rd, 2018

Tynker Code Club

 Do you want to play computer games while learning how to code?
April 23rd, 2018

Exploratorium, Jr!

The kids of today are the innovators of tomorrow... let's spark their passion and creativity for the sciences now! 
April 23rd, 2018

Maker Madness Monday

Join us for Maker Madness Monday.
April 23rd, 2018

Coding Open House

Coding is an essential skill for the future!
April 23rd, 2018

Self-Guided STEAM

Explore scientific principles and get some hands-on knowledge with our self-guided STEAM modules.
January 1st, 1970

Self-Guided STEAM

Explore scientific principles and get some hands-on knowledge with our self-guided STEAM modules.
April 23rd, 2018

Know the 10 signs of Alzheimer’s

 If you or someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes, it’s time to learn the facts.
April 23rd, 2018

Minecraft Monday

We have Minecraft!
April 23rd, 2018

LEGO Club

Builders wanted!
April 23rd, 2018

Code Club

Ever wanted to learn how to code?
April 23rd, 2018

Self-Watering Containers

Self-watering containers are a great way to conserve water in our desert gardens. Learn the benefits of self-watering containers and how you can construct your own using new or recycled materials.
April 23rd, 2018

Maker Monday

Make. Create. Invent.
April 23rd, 2018

Introduction to the Internet

Having trouble finding what you need on the Internet?
April 23rd, 2018

Memory Cafe

A comfortable place for people living with memory loss along with the care partners to socialize and learn about dementia.
April 23rd, 2018

Code Club @ Tempe Library

Join us at the library and learn how to code in a variety of different computer programming languages.
April 23rd, 2018

Math Sprouts

A free and fun way to help struggling 3rd graders develop and strengthen their math skills.
April 23rd, 2018

Code Club @ Show Low Public Library

Code Club lets kids have fun, collaborate and create while they also learn critical 21st century skills.
April 23rd, 2018

Take your Walk to the Desert

Learn about cochineal, agave, mesquite, prickly pear, and we may see wildlife, petroglyphs, wildflowers, and maybe taste some wolfberries….and yes – all with great views!
April 23rd, 2018

Live & (sort of) on the Loose!

A Look at Venomous Reptiles of the Southwest
April 23rd, 2018

Birds of Tohono Chul

Learn to identify residents and those just passing through, plus information on habits and habitat.
April 23rd, 2018

Little Builders

Children ages 2½ to 6 can come and build with other children.
April 23rd, 2018

Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: A Vast and Accessible Martian Sedimentary Rock Record

What was Earth like when life arose on our planet?
April 23rd, 2018

Rearing Future Generational: A Conundrum

Angela Cazel Jahn will defend her PhD prospectus Rearing Future Generational: A Conundrum.
April 23rd, 2018

Life Sciences Café: From the Microbial Loop to ‘omics. Three Decades of Marine Microbial Ecology

"From the microbial loop to ‘omics. Three decades of marine microbial ecology," presented by Jed Fuhrman, McCulloch-Crosby Chair of Marine Biology, University of Southern California. Over 35 years ago, it was discovered that marine bacteria process about half of all the total marine primary productivity, or about a quarter of global productivity, via their uptake of dissolved organic matter and the “microbial loop.” There have been many discoveries since then, including the existence and importance of viruses (~10X bacterial abundance), multiple varieties of non-“extremophile” archaea that sometimes exceed bacteria in abundance, incredibly diverse picoplanktonic photoautotrophs, mixotrophs, ubiquitous rhodopsins for solar energy capture, surprising dynamics, and much more. The field has been revolutionized by the ability to analyze the compositions and activities of natural populations by sequencing directly from extracted DNA and RNA. Presenter Jed Fuhrman will briefly summarize historic discoveries and discuss recent work in his lab including results on seasonality and predictability of microbial populations, surprisingly rapid community changes during and after the spring bloom, the significance of microdiversity, and the need to use standards like “mock communities” in all microbiome analyses. Light refreshments will be served.
April 23rd, 2018

Ion Solubility, Diffusivity and Transport in Charged Polymer Membranes

Benny Freeman’s research program explores the relationship between polymer structure, processing and properties.
April 28th, 2018

LEGO / Duplo Club

Imagination and creativity encouraged!
May 4th, 2018

Science With A Twist: Trek, Wars and Who II

May the 4th be with us, as we go to a galaxy far far way at this Science With A Twist happening on May's First Friday.  
June 19th, 2018

Science in Music at Kingman Library

Explore Boomwhackers, learn about the science of pitch and develop a musical ear
July 21st, 2018

Stormwater Basics: Preventing Pollution at San Tan Mountain Regional Park

Join us for an informative presentation that will shed light on something that we do not often think about – where our rainwater runoff goes.
August 4th, 2018

Feeding Frenzy! at Cave Creek Regional Park

No fork, knife, or spoon necessary for these cool customers. 
August 8th, 2018

Computer Class – Excel 1 at Agave Library

Learn how to use the basic data-analyzing functions of Microsoft Excel
August 10th, 2018

Patagonia Mountains Overnight Trip

Pre-dinner visits to the Roadside Rest and Paton’s for Gray Hawk, Thick-billed Kingbird, Varied Bunting, and Violet-crowned Hummingbird.
September 8th, 2018

Birds of Estrella at Estrella Mountain Regional Park

Explore the bird life of Estrella Park with special guest guide Joe Ford.
December 19th, 2018

The Arizona Coyotes Present STEM SUMMIT

The Arizona Coyotes are proud to host our second annual STEM Summit on Tuesday, December 19th, 2018.