World-leading scientists come face-to-face with the public, May 11, 2013. Be There!
SASKATOON, May 9, 2013 /CNW/ - Science Rendezvous, Canada's national science festival is bigger and better than ever.
This Saturday over 2,000 of Canada's greatest innovators, researchers, engineers, and scientists, from 80 partner organizations will open their doors and close city streets to present exciting demonstrations, hands-on activities, and explosive experiments.
Sparking the curiosity of young minds, Science Rendezvous has something for the whole family from the chemistry of ice cream to the physics of rock and roll.
Science Rendezvous is truly an iconic national event. Across Canada, there will be experiments and activities for the kids, lectures for the adults, and interactive demonstrations for people of all ages. It's all FREE!
Science Rendezvous at the University of Saskatchewan
Holding fire in the palm of your hand and exploding pop bottles!
Let's Talk Science volunteers present Science Rendezvous at the University of Saskatchewan, a free and interactive festival. This Saturday's activities will include dozens of live shows, lectures, and experiments you can try yourself, including:
Chemistry with Conie: Chemistry Magic Show (9:30am - 10:30am), followed by hands-on activities (10:30am - 3:30pm) including Luminescence, Specta-Colour Chemistry, Boom-Bastic Chemistry, and Crime Lab Experiments.
Biology/Agriculture with Michelle: DNA and Cells, "What's in your food?", and Vermicomposting.
Paleontology with Maria: Paleozoic Invertebrate Fossil Identification Station, and Fossil Cast Making.
What: Science Rendezvous, a free public festival
When: Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 9:00am to 3:30pm
Where: The Thorvaldson Building and the Agriculture Building at the University of Saskatchewan
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