# Calendar

###### Wild Africa

**Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater**

Venture on a spectacular journey through the most dramatic continent on earth: Africa. The story of this enchanted land is told through its relationship to water. Water crafts wild Africa, conjuring up life wherever it journeys… travelling above the plains on seasonal winds, cascading along raging rivers or sheltering coral cities.

Travel to fantastic places, meet amazing creatures and uncover the fascinating secrets of this amazing place. Learn how spectacular thermal geysers help turn thousands of flamingos pink, and create the perfect conditions for them to breed; why the heat beating down on waterless dunes in the Namib Desert forces a lizard to dance; and why it snows on the equator.

It’s an adventure where you will truly believe the real world is more extraordinary and awe-inspiring than any fiction.

**Duration: 40 mins. | Rating: All Ages**

###### The Jungle Book (2016)

**Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater**

Based on Rudyard Kipling’s timeless stories and inspired by Disney’s classic animated film, *The Jungle Book* is an all-new live-action epic adventure about Mowgli, a man-cub who’s been raised by a family of wolves.

The young Mowgli finds he is no longer welcome in the jungle when fearsome tiger Shere Khan, who bears the scars of Man, promises to eliminate what he sees as a threat. Urged to abandon the only home he’s ever known, Mowgli embarks on a captivating journey of self-discovery, guided by panther-turned-stern mentor Bagheera and the free-spirited bear Baloo. Along the way, Mowgli encounters jungle creatures who don’t exactly have his best interests at heart, including Kaa, a python whose seductive voice and gaze hypnotizes the man-cub, and the smooth-talking King Louie, who tries to coerce Mowgli into giving up the secret to the elusive and deadly red flower: fire.

Directed by Jon Favreau (*Iron Man*), *The Jungle Book's* all-star cast of voices includes Idris Elba, Ben Kingsley, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson and Christopher Walken.

**Duration: 111 mins. | Rating: PG**

###### Science Pub Hillsboro: Geology of the National Parks

**Venetian Theatre and Bistro, 253 E. Main St., Hillsboro**

Dynamic Geology of the National Parks of the Pacific Northwest

*With Scott Burns, PhD, Professor of Geology at Portland State University*

Doors Open at 5PM | $5 Suggested Donation

The National Park System is part of our heritage in the United States. We have 59 parks and six of them are in the Pacific Northwest. All are connected geologically, tied together with the tectonics of the Juan de Fuca plate which is being subducted under North America from the ocean floor off of the coast. Join Professor Scott Burns of Portland State as he discusses the exciting geology and natural history of Crater Lake, Mt. Rainier, Olympic, North Cascades, Redwoods and Mt. Lassen national parks. Dr. Burns has been teaching a course in the national parks for over 25 years. This is the 100th anniversary of the national park service.

Scott Burns, PhD, is a professor Emeritus of geology and past chair of the Department of Geology at Portland State University where he has taught for over 20 years. He has a B.S. degree in chemistry and a M.S. degree in physical sciences from Stanford University and a PhD in geology from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Dr. Burns specializes in environmental and engineering geology, geomorphology, soils, and quaternary geology. In Oregon, his projects involve landslides and land use, environmental cleanup of service stations, slope stability, earthquake hazard mapping, the Missoula Floods, paleosols, loess soil stratigraphy, radon generation from soils, and the distribution of heavy metals and trace elements in Oregon soils and alpine soil development.

He has won many awards for outstanding teaching and his work in geology, including the Distinguished Faculty Award from the Portland State Alumni Association in 2001, the Richard Jahns Award for engineering geology from GSA and AEG in 2011, and the Outstanding Scientist for Oregon for 2014 from the Oregon Academy of Sciences. He has authored more than 100 publications and received more than 25 research grants. Dr. Burns actively helps local TV and radio stations and newspapers bring important geological news to the public and, for the past 43 years, has been studying wine and terroir—the relationship between wine, soils, geology, and climate.

For more information or to sign up for our mailing list, email: sciencepub@omsi.edu.

###### X-Men: Apocalypse | 3D

**Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater**

Following the critically acclaimed global smash hit *X-Men: Days of Future Past*, director Bryan Singer returns with *X-Men: Apocalypse*.

Since the dawn of civilization, he was worshipped as a god. Apocalypse, the first and most powerful mutant from *Marvel's* X-Men universe, amassed the powers of many other mutants, becoming immortal and invincible. Upon awakening after thousands of years, he is disillusioned with the world as he finds it and recruits a team of powerful mutants, including a disheartened Magneto (Michael Fassbender), to cleanse mankind and create a new world order, over which he will reign. As the fate of the Earth hangs in the balance, Raven (Jennifer Lawrence) with the help of Professor X (James McAvoy) must lead a team of young X-Men to stop their greatest nemesis and save mankind from complete destruction.

"This is turning into the season of superheroes battling other superheroes, but *X-Men: Apocalypse* is the first one, so far, to do it right." Mick LaSalle, *San Francisco Chronicle *

**Duration: 136 mins. | Rating: PG-13**

###### Paleontology Lab

**Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall**

**Included in General Admission** | The Earth Science Hall also houses the Paleo Lab, where staff and volunteers excavate real dinosaur and ancient Oregon fossils from plaster casts in a setting open to the public.

###### Physics Lab

**Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall**

**Included in General Admission** | Discover the hair-raising effects of static electricity with the Van de Graff Generator and view some of the first phonographs ever made at the Physics Lab.

###### Technology Lab

**Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall**

**Included in General Admission** | The Vernier Technology Lab features engaging, in-depth units on different aspects of technology, including Security, Biomedical, Robots and Computers, Communications, and Household Technology. The units rotate frequently, so that every time you visit OMSI you'll find something new to do in the lab!

###### Watershed Lab

**Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall, Earth Hall**

**Included in General Admission** | The Watershed Lab allows visitors to create their own rivers; watch salmon develop from eggs to smolts; explore the microscopic world that supports us all, and see how we all fit into the region we call the Northwest.

###### X-Men: Apocalypse

**Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater, Empirical Theater**

Following the critically acclaimed global smash hit *X-Men: Days of Future Past*, director Bryan Singer returns with *X-Men: Apocalypse*.

Since the dawn of civilization, he was worshipped as a god. Apocalypse, the first and most powerful mutant from *Marvel's *X-Men universe, amassed the powers of many other mutants, becoming immortal and invincible. Upon awakening after thousands of years, he is disillusioned with the world as he finds it and recruits a team of powerful mutants, including a disheartened Magneto (Michael Fassbender), to cleanse mankind and create a new world order, over which he will reign. As the fate of the Earth hangs in the balance, Raven (Jennifer Lawrence) with the help of Professor X (James McAvoy) must lead a team of young X-Men to stop their greatest nemesis and save mankind from complete destruction.

"This is turning into the season of superheroes battling other superheroes, but "X-Men: Apocalypse" is the first one, so far, to do it right." Mick LaSalle, *San Francisco Chronicle*

**Duration: 136 mins. | Rating: PG-13**

###### Chemistry Lab

**Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall, Turbine Hall**

**Included in General Admission** | The Chemistry Lab offers a wide variety of hands-on experiments and activities, and gives visitors the opportunity to safely mix, measure, and pour chemicals. The Chem Lab website is also the home of Experiencing Chemistry, a unique online resource for chemistry curriculum and engaging experiments.

###### Life Science Lab

**Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall, Life Hall**

Included in General Admission | The Life Lab, located in OMSI's Life Science Hall is a place of continual change, where exhibits, experiments and the public meet in a more intimate way than in the Halls. The Lab includes a large collection of live animals and a young children's table with lots of fun activities and experiments to allow our younger visitors to explore the life sciences.

###### Food Science Demos

**Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory, Theory**

**Included in General Admission** | Located in the entrance to *Theory*, Food Science Demos feature hands-on activities and experiments all about the science behind the food we eat. Visitors can test foods for protein, learn how much sugar is in certain drinks, test soil pH for planting vegetables, put together a map of Oregon agriculture and much, much more!