Explore cutting edge science topics, their latest developments, and their relevance to society through speaker presentations followed by question-and-answer period with the audience.


The Fall 2022 Science Inquiry Series

Watch in the coming months as we post speakers and topics for the Fall series. Have a good summer!



Check out these events surrounding the release of the first science-quality images from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).

NASA – artist concept


July 12, 10:30 am EDT/8:30 am MDT: Live coverage of the image release broadcast airing on NASA TV, the NASA app, the NASA website, YouTube, and NASA social media channels.

July 12, 12 pm EDT/10 pm MDT: Joint media briefing at NASA Goddard following the live image broadcast airing on NASA TV, the NASA app, and the NASA website.

July 13, 3 pm EDT/1 pm MDT: Webb experts answer questions about the first images and data in a NASA Science Live program airing on the NASA Science Live website, YouTube, and NASA social media channels.


July 12, 6 pm EDT/4 pm MDT – GVFS Broadcast: Join us on Zoom for a special live-streamed Community Event broadcast of a panel of Webb experts providing commentary on the newly-released Webb images. To join the broadcast, access the Zoom link below:

Live Broadcast Zoom Link

Meeting ID: 821 0939 0204
Passcode: 419126

+1 346 248 7799 US
+1 669 900 6833 US

July 12, 5-7 pm MDT – the Montana Science Center , 2744 W. Main St, Bozeman MT, will host a viewing of the first images sent back from the Webb Telescope. The Center will also have a moon photo booth, astronaut treats, telescopes, hands-on activities at its science station and in its upstairs classroom, and special guests.


Keep up on the world of science with this feature offering links to selected online articles in a variety of disciplines.

June’s Featured Article:

From CNN:
Bottling the Sun

For additional article links, click on the “Science Link” tab above (under the banner).


Photo by SpaceX on Unsplash.

Click on the “Initiatives” tab above (under the banner) to learn about current science-based initiatives.  Current topic: climate change.