PLEASE NOTE: tickets should be purchased in advance.
Posted: April 29, 2021

Welcome to the ProtoPath!

It began as a plan, as most projects do. But what’s happened since – four native tree and plant installation events with more than 60 volunteers and ongoing support from the community – is part of the ProtoPath’s evolution, and we can’t wait to see how it continues to develop!

Welcome to the ProtoPath!
Posted: April 29, 2021

Question Your World: What Did We Just Discover about Tyrannosaurs?

Every now and then a discovery is made that challenges a previously held belief. A recent excavation site in Utah is shedding more light on how some dinosaurs may actually have been social creatures. 

Question Your World: What Did We Just Discover about Tyrannosaurs?
Posted: April 23, 2021

Rosalind Franklin and The Most Important Photo Ever Taken

Rosalind Franklin had an integral role in the discovery of DNA’s double-helix structure. Not only did her work help drive Watson and Crick toward their Nobel Prize-winning discoveries, but a special photograph of hers is quite possibly one of the most important photos ever taken.

Rosalind Franklin and The Most Important Photo Ever Taken
Posted: April 23, 2021

Question Your World: What Does It Take to Fly a Helicopter on Mars?

The science community had some great news to start off this week: a historic first-ever powered and controlled flight on another planet! As far as mission objectives go, Ingenuity has already passed with flying colors. 

Question Your World: What Does It Take to Fly a Helicopter on Mars?
Posted: April 21, 2021

Time to Hit the Trails

April is the perfect time to head out into nature. Not only is it when we celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day, it’s also Stress Awareness Month. So here are our staff and volunteer recommendations for their favorite spots to bike, hike, and just simply observe the natural world.

Time to Hit the Trails