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12/14/2013 - PCCM's Holiday Science Lecture: Faster than the blink of an eye!

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Seeing is believing – or is it? Every day we observe the world around us, but a lot of objects move either too slow or too fast for us to understand what is happening with just our eyes. Scientists and engineers have invented many tools that help us either slow down or speed up the action so that we can make more accurate observations. In this interactive presentation, we will learn about some different techniques for capturing images, and apply them to understanding how sounds are made, how things break, and the secret life of small organisms. Featuring Princeton Prof. Howard Stone and special guest Prof. Bonnie Bassler. Audience participation is a big part of this interactive show, and every kid gets a science related t-shirt!

Ages 7 & up
Free and Open to the Public
Registration Required

REGISTRATION begins Monday, November 25. Seating is limited, and program will book on a first-come, first-served basis until full. To register, contact Erin Metro, Office of Community and Regional Affairs: emetro@princeton.edu or 609-258-5144.

Location: McDonnell Hall, Room A02

Date/Time: 12/14/13 at 10:00 am - 12/14/13 at 6:00 pm

Category: PCCM Lecture

Department: PCCM