Get hands-on with the engineering design process with this media-rich, NGSS-aligned, project-based learning unit for grades 6-8.
Get outside and explore some of the Bay Area's geologic treasures during Earth Science Week.
From colors to crackles, fireworks are all about chemistry.
Here are some opportunities to become a citizen scientist in the Bay Area this summer.
Dr. Indre Viskontas finds compelling connections between opera singing and cognitive neuroscience.
Pilot KQED's new NGSS-based engineering curriculum that focuses on developing solutions for negative impacts of plastics on the environment.
Use this guide to investigate why earthquakes happen, how they've shaped the Bay Area, and what you can do to prepare for the next one.
Explore the science of earthquakes with the California Academy of Sciences and KQED.
Many faults run through the San Francisco Bay Area, making it prone to earthquakes.
Learn about the different ways earthquakes are measured.
Scientists and engineers are constantly exploring how to make buildings, bridges and dams earthquake safe.
Learn how scientists use triangulation to determine an earthquake's epicenter.
Check out some great resources that tackle every aspect of earthquakes.
This fun animation explains what structural engineers do.