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Investigate SPACE in November!

October 30, 2021

Need something to do in Ashland this fall? ScienceWorks is investigating space this November! Join us all month long to make your own rover, become a crater creator, and more!…

Introducing: the Southern Oregon Volunteer Coordinators’ Council

October 13, 2021

Introducing: The Southern Oregon Volunteer Coordinators’ Council. This group of volunteer coordination and community engagement professionals from the Rogue Valley area is always seeking new members! This professional development network…

Bite-Sized Science Printable Instructions

October 12, 2021

Episode 1: Lava Lamp worksheet Episode 2: Disco Whirler worksheet Episode 3: Spinning Chairs worksheet Episode 4: Underwater Fireworks worksheet Episode 5: Bubble Art worksheet Episode 6: Make Instant Snow…

FrankenToys are back!

October 10, 2021

This October, FrankenToys are back at ScienceWorks! Explore the scientific concepts of structure and function with this free, NGSS-aligned, facilitated activity. Sure to inspire conversations about habitats, biomes, and other…

Erin Endress Exec Director ScienceWorks Museum

Medium Magazine

July 16, 2021

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

What’s Up May 2021

May 5, 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…

What’s Up April 2021

March 30, 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…

Animals of Ashland Episode #1

March 20, 2021

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…

Elisha Gray’s Telephone, A Sci Fi Story, Part 4

March 18, 2021

September 8th, 2025   He built it in time. No no no! This is bad. This is very very bad. His engineers must be brilliant! Furthermore, he won the patent!…

What’s Up March 2021

March 4, 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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ScienceWorks Statement on COVID-19

March 9, 2020

ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum Statement on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) UPDATED: March 17, 2020 ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum is closed until April 14, 2020. Please visit ScienceWorksMuseum.org and follow us on Facebook, Instagram,…