science

digging in the dirt

Burke curator Laura Phillips shows us archaeological treasures unearthed in downtown Seattle.

bad to the bone

Curator Ron Eng uncovers the Burke's incredible fossil collection, from dinosaur bones, to one million-year-old salmon, to previously undiscovered species of northwest whales.

mushroom maynia

Mushroom picking is a popular hobby, but if you are not careful you might end up in the ER. Presenting advice from Puget Sound Mycological Society and a preview of Mushroom Maynia Day.

seal sitters

When baby seals come ashore alone, people sometimes think they're sick or dead. Meet the small army of volunteers who leap into action to protect the resting pups.

zoo critters

Wild Cuteness in captivity, featuring the most adorable critters from the Woodland Park Zoo.

springs, sprockets & pulleys

Steve Gergerich's "overlooked common objects" become magical works of art. We get into Vancouver Science World's latest exhibit and explore the principles of simple mechanical motion.

photo 51

The woman scientist who discovered the shape of DNA never got the credit. Learn her story in a new play at Seattle Repertory Theatre. [ Visit the Seattle Rep. ]

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