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Great Balls Of Gluten

These are pictures of gluten. This experiment is at the website of the Exploratorium in San Francisco. A famous physicist named Paul Hewitt worked at the Exploratorium. 188 more words

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Whole Roasted Chicken On A Bed Of Root Vegetables Of Thomas Keller


This recipe was very satisfying. The juices on roasted rutabaga were one of the most memorable flavors. I used a large air-chilled chicken. Thomas Keller recommends using small chickens when deep frying (because frying is not a good method for cooking large pieces of chicken). 334 more words

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Star Wars Night Coming To The Exploratorium On May 4th

The Exploratorium in San Francisco hosts a program called “After Dark” on the first Thursday of every month. It’s an adult-focused program from 6PM-10PM that features talks, demos, art installations, films, activities, and over 600 exhibits. 99 more words

Features

Exploratorium: One of the best museums in SF

Last night, I had the joy to travel to San Francisco and check out the Exploratorium, an innovative museum. My family is a member of the museum, but it was our second time going there. 262 more words

Lifestyle

Time to Tinker- Learning2Europe Warsaw

<Creating the Conditions for Invention>

I’ve been fortunate to participate in this year’s Learning2 Europe, hosted in Warsaw at the American School. Presenting a workshop together with inspirational… 894 more words

Hog Island + After Dark | SF 2017

Last time on SF 2017, I spent a lovely day exploring the California Academy of Sciences at my own leisurely pace after an evening and morning of being very hangry. 977 more words

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Exploratorium Teaser: Rocket Bottles

Exploratorium is by far one of our favorite programs to do.  The element of surprise each week as kids walk in the room, the different hands-on experiences we are able to provide, and more importantly the connections we get to make with parents and their kiddos makes it as enriching for us as it is for them.   166 more words