Science Festival Opens Fifth-Graders' Eyes to Wondrous Possibilities
– Photos by Zachery T. Kane, student photographer
Culinary students preview processes that will be showcased at April's USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C., including "spherification" – the process of turning a liquid into caviar-like balls.
Hands hit the air when fifth-graders are asked, "Who wants chocolate?"
"Quasi," part of the "Rockin' Robots" exhibit from the Carnegie Science Center, introduces himself ...
... and helps pupils learn about binary code.
Carnegie's Justin Meinhert lets the Bardo Gym crowd tell a surrogate robot (the youngster at left) how to place a lung on his classmate.
The Penn College student chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers displays condensor coils in the Field House.
Other exhibits range from testing reflexes ...
... to a forester's safe chain-saw operation ...
... to the physics of pendulums.