CLIMATECHANGEOCEANS: Acidvs.Life MAY 26—SEPTEMBER 9, 2018 See the ocean through the eyes of citizen scientists and film crews as they dive into the largest coral reef in the Western Hemisphere. Explore a life-size reef replica to learn more about how climate change is affecting the ocean. BEAUTYANDTHEBEAST: CaliforniaWildflowersand ClimateChange MAY 26, 2018–2019 Ponder breathtaking photographs showing how climate change is affecting a universal symbol of beauty: the wildflower. These stunning images show the beauty of the Golden State as well as the dangers facing natural habitats. ZOOMINTONANO SEPTEMBER 22, 2018—JANUARY 6, 2019 Use all your senses to discover how scientists detect, manipulate, and make things that are too small to see. Nanoscale science and engineering are methods of manipulating materials on the molecular scale to generate very, very small structures and devices. PROGRAMS SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS: Hands-on and Standards-based activities for K–12 HANDS-ON SCIENCE ACTIVITIES Investigations into technology, engineering, chemistry, biology, and more. SATURDAYS 1 PM–3 PM THIRD THURSDAYS OPEN LATE New evening hours this summer. Come enjoy the museum until 9 PM. JUNE 21, JULY 19, AUGUST 16 MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS LECTURE SERIES Experts in their field share their knowledge for audiences of all ages. WEDNESDAY EVENINGS IN OCTOBER AND APRIL PRESENTED BY SCIENCENTER PRESENTED BY NORTHWEST INVENTION CENTER AND NRG! EXHIBITS. PRESENTED BY EXHIBIT ENVOY. PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROB BADGER AND NITA WINTER. TO BECOME A SPONSOR OR MAKE A DONATION TO THE GATEWAY SCIENCE MUSEUM VISIT BEAUTYANDTHEBIZARRE Anand Varma WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 | 7:30 PM LAXSON AUDITORIUM This presentation focuses on the miniature world around us with close- ups of insects, birds and bees. For more information, see page 24. $32 PREMIUM | $25 ADULT $23 SENIOR | $15 YOUTH & CHICO STATE STUDENT 53