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Dimensions, the bimonthly magazine of the Association of Science-Technology Centers, features a mix of in-depth analysis and briefs of noteworthy events and resources for the science center field. The magazine's readers include directors and staff of more than 550 ASTC-member science centers and museums worldwide, as well as others who have an interest in informal science education.

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ASTC Dimensions Blog: Latest Posts

  • Do you think the current surge of making and tinkering spaces in science centers and museums is a temporary fad, or are they here to stay?

    This is an extended discussion of the question that appeared in the Viewpoints department of the May/June 2014 issue of Dimensions magazine. Making and tinkering are not fads. Their presence in science centers and museums may be a fad for many, but "making" is a human biological imperative. We are the species that makes over its [...]

  • Q&A with Sean Carroll

    Interviewed by Joelle Seligson This interview appeared in the May/June 2014 issue of Dimensions magazine. Ron Howard and Natalie Portman are among the Hollywood elite whose work has been influenced by Sean Carroll, theoretical physicist at the California Institute of Technology. Based in Los Angeles, Carroll counts working with television and movie bigwigs among his many extracurricular [...]


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