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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. 

For more information:  education@delmnh.org

Click here to learn more about the Delaware Teen Science Café program, including the Teen Leadership Team and upcoming events.

 

 

The Delaware Teen Science Café is part of the Teen Science Café Network.