BODY WORLDS Vital at Kentucky Science Center opened last week and runs until May. Preserved human specimens in various states of health and disease show how positive eating habits and exercise routines lead to improved health. Members get access to the exhibit plus permanent exhibits for $10/adult and $5/child; non-members will pay $20/adult and $15/child.
Get your science on at the Louisville Science Center's Science in Play exhibit now through January 1, 2013.
Local engineers and science fans spent 24 hours engineering devices that fling food and had a face-off Sunday at their "maker space" on E. Broadway.
Feeling the call of your inner soothsayer? Get a heads up on the near future with the new Louisville Library series ‘What’s Next’. Join University of Louisville professor Dr. Keith Mountain for a look at the landscape of climate change this Thursday, September 6th, at 7pm at the Library’s Main branch.
Noted oceanographer Sylvia Earle coming to Bellarmine Tuesday
Quick! Have you used a computer in the last 5 seconds? (If you answered “no” then we seriously need to talk about your grip on reality…). Come and learn the true tall tale about the creation of the device that changed our world; author and science historian, George Dyson, will present his book ‘Turing’s Cathedral’ at 7pm tonight, Monday, March 12th, at the Library.
World-renowned author, scientist and brainiac, Michio Kaku, will be interviewed this Wednesday, February 22nd at 5pm in conjunction with the Kentucky Author Forum ‘Great Conversations’ Series.
'E.T. at the Rauch' at UofL
A place where art, music, science and technology collide - it's the Bernheim CONNECT experience.
More than 20 programs for kids age 7-17 to choose from
Free lecture on 'Curing Invisible Cancer'
2010 Chemistry winner to lecture May 9, 10