Science demonstrations are as much fun for LHU Physics and Chemistry Club members as for the audience.
Hands-On science at LHU
Free science demonstration will appeal to all ages
March 27, 2012
On Thursday, April 5, 2012 at 7 p.m., Lock Haven University’s Physics Club and Chemistry Club will be holding a science demonstration show in Ulmer Planetarium. During the show, Lock Haven University students and faculty will present entertaining and educational demonstrations of physics principles.
The demonstration show will cover a wide variety of topics including mechanical forces, sound, energy, electricity and magnetism. The show is for kids of all ages. Physics Club President Zachary Barcikowski explained, “We want the audience to have fun while learning some science.”
The LHU students have been working throughout the semester to prepare their demonstrations and understand the principles involved. Their goal is to demonstrate principles of physics in accurate, interesting and fun ways to an audience that may or may not have a scientific background.
The show is free and open to the public.
For more information about the show contact John Reid at 570-484-2078 or email@example.com.