Strange Matter

"Strange Matter" is our newest traveling exhibit at SciWorks. Visit for a hands-on examination of the amazing world of modern materials.

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HAPPY EARTH DAY, everyone! Start doing something today to help the Earth! Here are some suggestions: Buy a reusable glass or BPA-free hard plastic water bottle (and fill it from your tap or a container in your fridge). You'll help reduce the number of plastic bottles that wind up in the landfill, as well as lessening the amount of petroleum we use (which is required in the manufacture of plastics). Purchase a reusable grocery bag, or, at least, refuse the store bag if you only bought a few items. Replace incandescent bulbs in your home with CFLs. Start composting some [...]
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Visit The Museum With over 25,000 square feet of exhibits, explore our hands-on, interactive museum and learn about the different fields of science!

Environmental Park Take a nature walk through the winding trails of SciWorks’ Environmental Park, a 15-acre outdoor nature science exhibit

Planetarium Enjoy the night sky (even during the day), attend a laser show, or watch one of our many cool programs. Great for all ages! Go to the Planetarium page for showtimes and astronomy related special events.

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