Calling all teens! You’re invited to the first Delaware Teen Science Café, featuring a hands-on science presentation designed for you, created by local teen leaders. We’ll start with a pizza party, then explore the science and engineering it takes to create a structure sturdy enough to withstand the forces of nature.
Architectural engineering student Richard Kimball from Drexel University leads the presentation and activities. While architecture deals with the design of a building and how it is presented, architectural engineering is the study of a building’s structure, how it can support itself, and withstand disasters such as fires, earthquakes, or hurricanes.
This event is FREE and only for teens grades 7-12. Pre-registration is required. Parent permission forms need to be completed for all participants. Please click here to open up a fillable PDF form. Signature must be included.
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The Delaware Teen Science Café is part of the Teen Science Café Network.