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Nano

Nano engages visitors in nanoscale science, engineering and technology. Hands-on exhibits present the basics of nanoscience and engineering, introduce real world applications and explore the societal and ethical implications of this technology. Visitors discover how different materials behave as they get smaller, work to build a giant nanotube and compare effects of static electricity and… Read more about Nano

KinderStudio

Designed for our youngest scientists, KinderStudio is a permanent exploration space for students in grades PK-1st grade. Interactive, imaginative play areas include a climbing structure; a lighted performance stage with costumes; hands-on manipulatives including blocks, tubes, books, and toys; and raw materials for creative play. It’s student-centered learning that’s tons of fun! TEKS Correlation Chart

Physics @ Play

Life Size Games for Life Size Fun! Come PLAY and learn the man concepts of physics with GIANT versions of popular games.Your heart will be pumping and your brain will be tingling in this one-of-a-kind NEW exhibit, made and produced by our own Exhibits team at the Discovery Center. What can you learn by playing… Read more about Physics @ Play

Bounce

From a giant tennis ball launcher to a pin “bell” machine, Bounce explores concepts of both math and physical science through creative play. The exhibit features 35 hands-on learning stations which occupy the exhibit floor in different combinations during each rotation. TEKS Correlation Chart- Coming Soon!

Giant Worlds

Giant Worlds takes students on a tour of the gas giants – Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune – and explores some of their most fascinating mysteries: enormous hurricanes that last for centuries; moons that harbor vast oceans below an icy surface; and magnetic environments that can generate massive storms of charged particles. Interactive learning stations… Read more about Giant Worlds