A fascinating place to visit.
Not only does the Lawrence Hall of Science have one of the most spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay Area but every exhibit is meant to be manhandled by children, casually monitored and guided in their experiments by high school students earning extra credit in biology, mathematics or chemistry.
The hall is actually a part of the University of California Berkeley. It was named in honor of the “Atom Smasher,” Ernest Lawrence, also the inventor of the cyclotron and the founder of the Lawrence Berkeley Labs. Over the years I’ve met and worked with many physicists who got their start at the “Lab.” I couldn’t understand them 99% of the time but they were never boring.
The back door leads to a chance to get wet and dirty as you learn about water management. …
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