Science Storms

Museum of science + industry chicago, Science Storms

Science Storms reveals the science behind seven natural phenomena—lightning, fire, tornados, avalanches, tsunamis, sunlight and atoms in motion. Investigate the basic scientific principles behind nature’s power as you try more than 50 amazing experiments that take two floors and 26,000 square feet to contain … barely. It’s a perfect storm of physics, chemistry and curiosity.

This permanent exhibit is included in Museum Entry, and does not require a separate timed-entry ticket. Join us on an adventure to discover science inspired by the spectacle of nature!

Climate exhibition: Klima X

Climate exhibition: Klima X at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Oslo, Norway, 2007-2009

Feeling the Heat: The Climate Challenge (Visitor Experience)

Are you ready to Feel the Heat? Then take a journey through the interactive climate change exhibit at Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego.

Feeling the Heat: The Climate Challenge explores the science behind global climate change, educates visitors from UCSD, Southern California, and around the world about how it will impact their lives, and compels them to reduce their own carbon footprint.

Through stunning images and interactive displays, visitors discover the forces driving dramatic environmental changes and learn solutions to slow the trend.

Puddle of Life – Darwin Exhibit

“Puddle of Life” is an educational multi-touch installation that was designed for Coimbra’s Science Museum (Darwin exhibit), demonstrating the theory of natural selection, as part of Darwin’s 200th anniversary.

Climate Change Exhibit – NJN News Science & Technology Report

A new exhibit at the State Museum brings to life New Jersey’s distant past, revealing the interplay of climate, habitat and life over vast stretches of time.

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the weather museum

A short video about The John C. Freeman Weather Museum’s history, present exhibits and projects, and out goals for the future.

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