GO-Science to Welcome over 100 Families to Free Hands-on Learning Event

LogoOver 100 families will join GO-Science on a Journey Through Space and Time on Sunday, November 24th from 2 to 4 PM at the Tipsy Teapot in Greenville, NC to celebrate two new exciting GO-Science programs.

Science Café Explores Controversy: First Offshore Wind Farm in the USA Now a Possibility for North Carolina

LogoChristine M. Voss, Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institute of Marine Sciences is leading the next discussion on off-shore wind energy in North Carolina, at the next Coastal Science Cafe on July 8th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Capt. Bill's Waterfront Restaurant located at 701 Evans St, Morehead City, NC 28557. Tickets are available for this free event at http://www.go-science.org/science-cafe/

Groundbreaking for the GO-Science Regional Science and Technology Center Scheduled for 1:00 PM on Friday, May 17th at 729 Dickinson Ave., in Greenville, NC

LogoOn Friday, May 17th 2013 at 1:00 PM the Board of Directors and honored community leaders will officially break ground on Phase One of the GO-Science Regional Science and Technology Center at 729 Dickinson Ave., in Greenville, NC. Individuals interested in attending the ceremony can register online for free at go-science.org/rsvp

Kudzu: The Vine That Ate the South

LogoJoin us at the next GO-Science: Science Café on April 8th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Tipsy Teapot located at 1409 Evans St., Suite B, in Greenville, NC 27858-1854 for a premier expert panel presentation on invasive species in North Carolina.

Coastal Science Cafe: Lights! Camera! Fish?

LogoDr. Nate Bacheler, research fisheries biologist and coordinator of the SEFIS sampling program for NMFS, is leading our next discussion, Lights! Camera! Fish?: Using Video to Improve Reef Fish Management, at the next Coastal Science Cafe on November 5th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at McCurdy's Restaurant & Deck on Atlantic Beach, N.C.

Greenville - Pitt County 8K Road Race Set for Saturday to Support the Arts and Sciences

LogoWho knew that running an 8K had so many benefits for our heath and community? That is why The City of Greenville and Pitt County are teaming up and encouraging you to do the same for the second annual Greenville-Pitt County 8K Road Race to benefit the community’s arts and sciences on Saturday, August 25th at 8:00 a.m. at the East Carolina University Student Recreation Center.

Rover Closing in on Mars for a Late Sunday Landing - Celebration Planned in Greenville, NC

LogoGO-Science Celebrates the Monumental Landing of the Curiosity Rover on Mars on August 4th from 6-9 p.m. at the Pitt Community College Goess Center in Greenville, NC.

Follow Your Curiosity With GO-Science

LogoThe Curiosity rover will hit the Martian atmosphere at 13,000 mph, 154 million miles from Earth. It's on its own for 7 minutes while it makes the most daring landing ever attempted on Mars. GO-Science is joining NASA and worldwide audiences in a celebration of the Mars landing of NASA’s Curiosity rover. This free event is scheduled for Saturday August 4, 2012, just 24 hours before the impressive landing. The program runs from 6-9 PM and is being held at Pitt Community College in collaboration with the nationwide PlanetFest program.

GO-Science Releases Free Mobile Guide to Over 25 Summer Activities

LogoGO-Science, a regional science center based in Greenville, NC, has released a free mobile guide to over 25 free events the organization is hosting this summer.

Science and Change at the North and South Poles

LogoGO-Science presents Dr. Lisa Clough at the next Science Cafe in Greenville NC. The discussion at this cafe will focus on the changes that are currently occurring at the north and south poles and the effect that this has locally and globally.