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Experimental Musings

​We are more than a museum. We’re a bunch of passionate, inquisitive, world-questioning folks who are awestruck at the amazing wonder that is our world. Join us as we muse about science, technology, engineering and math. Learn something new. Ponder a different theory. Pick up some facts for trivia night. And if we may be so bold – enrich your appreciation of science.

  • Question Your World: What's the new noninvasive way of studying the body?

    As technology advances, we find easier and easier ways to monitor our health. The needle in the skin approach is still necessary for a lot of biometric measurements, but that could change, thanks to some clever thinking and a new invention. What's the new noninvasive way of studying the body?

  • Volcano: Hawaii’s active volcanoes

    The islands of Hawaii all owe their entire existence to volcanic activity. Kilauea, a shield volcano located on the big island of Hawai’i, is Hawaii’s most active volcano in recorded history. Even though it had been erupting continuously since 1983, Kilauea made big news headlines in 2018 when it entered a more dramatic eruptive phase.

  • Question Your World: Does breast milk impact our circadian rhythm? 

    You know how they say you are what you eat? Well, as far as breastfeeding goes, it might also be appropriate to say "you are when you eat." Researchers just looked into how breastfeeding may play a big role in how infants develop their day/night cycles. Does breast milk impact our circadian rhythm?

  • Volcano: Mt. Etna

    Mt. Etna’s history is long and complex. Its first recorded eruption was in 1,500 BCE, thought to be the first volcanic eruption ever written about. Mt. Etna has erupted at least 200 times since then, including some significant volcanic activity just last month.

  • Question Your World: Is there life out there?

    Are we alone in the universe? A pretty huge age-old question that science has been piecing together bit by bit over the years. Smart men and women are working toward this answer every single day using a myriad of approaches. Does this mean we're getting closer to answering - is there life out there?