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Erin Endress Exec Director ScienceWorks Museum

Erin Endress of ScienceWorks Hands-On-Museum: 5 Things You Need To Know To Successfully Lead A Nonprofit Organization

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What’s Up May 2021

The evenings are getting warmer and there are plenty of fun things to view in the night sky. Several of the bright planets are visible in May, but only Mars…

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Dominoes – Endless Possibilities!

"dominoes" by Tafkabecky (Becky Bokern) is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Dominoes – some history, some science, and the endless possibilities for fun and creativity! We got very excited about what you can do with Dominoes when we heard that our…

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What’s Up April 2021

Spring has arrived and it is a great time to enjoy the night sky. The diagram above from timeanddate.com shows the evening sky in Medford on April 11, the night of the…

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Animals of Ashland Episode #1

A puzzle for you: What creature has bony, hard cylinders instead of feet, a four chambered stomach, and gives birth to identical twins every year ? Don’t know yet? Here’s…

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What’s Up March 2021

Spring is fast approaching and the weather is improving, which makes it a good time to go outside and enjoy the night sky. Daylight Savings Time (DST) begins on March…

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NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson. Credits: NASA/David C. Bowman

Katherine Johnson was a very talented African American mathematician. After she graduated from college at age 18, she worked as a teacher before joining NASA. Johnson was known for making…

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What’s Up February 2021

Winter brings long cold nights that are ideal for sky gazing. Unfortunately, Oregon is prone to clouds and rain during the winter months that frequently prevent sky gazing. So take…

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