Explore the mysterious interactions between light and geography through the eyes and works of artists Charles Ross and James Turrell.
Examine the art and science of listening through a series of online activities, videos, and more.
Skilled listeners share their secrets.
A classic exhibition by Charles and Ray Eames.
A series of talks celebrating both the historical and contemporary dimensions of the Eames design legacy.
Remembering is easy for most people. Understanding how and why we remember is a topic that brain researchers have found to be very complex. On this site you can visit a memory artist
In Observance of the 50th Anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
What do stem cells, fruit flies, and zebrafish look like under a microscope? The Microscope Imaging Station creates high-resolution images and movies of the microscopic world using research-grade microscopes.
The Exploratorium’s Mind collection showcases dozens of interactive exhibits and artworks that let you explore your own thoughts and feelings. While you're on the website you can play with interactives and ponder explorations of the mind.
Listen to internationally recognized authorities on human thought and behavior, including Temple Grandin and Paul Ekman.
An introduction to the Internet, CD-ROMS, video conferencing, computer hardware, computer art, and more.
A place for sharing information and resources for museum and other educational web developers about online virtual worlds.
Nobel Laureate Symposium
Explore the places, people, tools, and ideas behind the origins of matter, the universe, and life itself.
Follow our crew as they visit the Dry Valleys and hike the slopes of volcanic Mt. Erebus.
Learn about the search for life elsewhere in the universe.