Dickinson to Host Science Spectacular


Dickinson to Host Science Spectacular

(Carlisle, Pa.) – Dickinson will host a science open house called the Science Spectacular on Saturday, March 31 from noon to 4 p.m. in Tome Hall, Rector Science Complex, located on Louther Street between Cherry and College streets. The Science Spectacular is free and open to the public and anyone interested in learning about science, including students and teachers of science.

The Spectacular will feature science demonstrations and presentations from various student organizations including, running electric currents through pickles to make them glow, an experiment with water and corn starch, model catapults, circuits, generators and spectroscopy.

The Science Spectacular is designed to foster an appreciation for the sciences, especially physics, and a better understanding of how everything day things that are normally taken for granted function.

The event is co-sponsored by the Astronomy Club, the Society of Physics Students and the Neuroscience Club.

Registration is not required. For more information, e-mail lanery@dickinson.edu.

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