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Thanksgiving Turkeys: Dark Meat vs. White Meat

Thanksgiving Turkeys: Dark Meat vs. White Meat

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There’s a classic nation-wide debate coming up around the Thanksgiving table… and it has nothing to do with politics. When serving up the Thanksgiving turkey, everyone has their opinions on white meat or dark meat. So what’s the difference? And which does science say is ...
On the Passing of Dr. Mike Reynolds

On the Passing of Dr. Mike Reynolds

The Chabot community is filled with sadness at the death of our former Executive Director, Dr. Mike Reynolds on October 15, 2019. Dr. Mike Reynolds was a pivotal figure in Chabot history, directing the relocation and development of Chabot Space and Science Center from 1991-2002 ...
A Summer of Experiments in Project Create

A Summer of Experiments in Project Create

Project Create has been experimenting with a variety of themed activities geared for experimentation, exploration and play. Our latest blog post has some highlights, and fun insights we've gained along the way ...
One Giant Leap for Mankind...AND for Science

One Giant Leap for Mankind…AND for Science

We hear so much about the achievements of the Apollo program in terms of engineering prowess, political will, and global pride in that "giant leap" of human endeavor. But what about the science? How much did the Apollo program contribute to science? ...
Toast to Apollo 11 With Moon Themed Cocktails

Toast to Apollo 11 With Moon Themed Cocktails

July 20 is just around the corner, and it's the perfect time for a refreshing lunar cocktail! Toast to this monumental milestone in space exploration with an Apollo 11-themed concoction ...
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