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Sunday, 02/11/18
  • Mad Science Valentine: Agar Art, Soapmaking, Pink Oyster Mushrooms, Love Potions, Steampunk Lamps, & Mad Science Cocktails!
    10-11am: Agart ArtCome and learn how to make colorful and unique living art. Design your own art piece using our colorful bacteria and then submit your piece for a chance to win in the American Society for Microbiology annual Agar Art Contest.We will be hosting several workshops, as well as ...
    Where:  Oakland Cost:  $10-$20
  • Marine Science Sunday: Marine Mammal Parents and PupsIn preparation for Valentine's Day, this month we celebrate love under the sea with Marine Mammal Parents and Pups in a fun, educational way for both kids and adults. We recommend teaming our free classroom program with a Docent-led tour at 11am, 1pm or 3pm for a truly immersive marine mammal experience.FREE Classroom ...
    Where:  Sausalito Cost:  Free
  • Randall Museum Grand Reopening Family FestivalCelebrate the grand reopening of the Randall Museum, a one-of-a-kind art and science education center. All three floors of the Corona Heights facility have been revitalized, reimagined, and refreshed. Explore the Randall’s state-of-the-art STEM lab, the new geology/seismology exhibit, and the habitat-based live animal enclosures. Discover what’s new in the ...
    Where:  San Francisco Cost:  Free
  • SWOOP - Drone Racing & Raptors in Flight (First Weekend of 2 Weekend Event)CuriOdyssey’s extraordinary exhibition, SWOOP - A Celebration of Flight, opens on the evening of February 9 and runs for two weekends, February 10-11 and February 17-19, 2018.  This unique avian and aeronautical festival will thrill curious kids and families with exciting indoor drone races and nature’s aerial experts, live raptors, ...
    Where:  San Mateo Cost:  $9.50-12.50
  • Darwin Day Bagel Brunch
    Join us for a delicious all-you-can-eat bagel brunch, with a talk by guest speaker Dr. Jeffrey Silverman on "Exploding Stars, Dark Energy, and the Runaway Universe." Some of the most energetic and fascinating objects in the Universe are exploding stars known as supernova. Observations of distant supernova provided the first ...
    Where:  Albany Cost:  $10
  • CRISPR, A New Genetic Engineering Technology: Promises and PerilsAnnual Darwin Day CelebrationGenetic engineering technologies, prior to CRISPR, were expensive and time-consuming.  CRISPR has resulted in the ability to precisely edit the genome of nearly any organism, and consequently, has revolutionized biology, medicine, and agriculture. From curing deadly genetic disorders to engineering drought-resistant plants, CRISPR genome editing technology will reshape modern ...
    Where:  San Francisco Cost:  The lecture is free.
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