Nano - Imagine and discover a world you can't see!
Nano is an interactive exhibition that allows families to explore nanoscale science, engineering, and technology. The hands-on exhibits will give you a close up look at the basics of nano science and engineering, introduce some real world applications, and explore the societal and ethical implications of this new technology. Click here for more information.
Motion Commotion returns with the hands-on, minds-on, full-body investigations of force and motion you love. Ever wonder how ice skaters spin so fast? How a simple pendulum can reveal beautiful mathematics? How an invisible pocket of air can knock a bowling pin down? Come play with exhibits that spin, twirl, rotate and amaze in Motion Commotion!
NOISE! features exhibits on sound, music and hearing, this exhibit is sure to knock your socks off! Creating experiences from the “can you hear me now” Scream Chamber to the “good vibrations” of the Dancing Sand Plates, the exhibits take a playful look at the physics of sound waves as well as how music and sound affects our mood. Click here for exhibit details.
Toy Science is back with loads of game-style exhibits featuring Wooly Willy, Battling Tops, Kerplunk, Connect Four, Shut the Box and much more! Each toy is not only really fun to play with but also demonstrates a physics principle or scientific fact. Toy Science exhibit will be at ScienceWorks Museum through January, 2014. Click here for more details.