Science of Life

June 8, 2018
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
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The world is a moving machine where everything living has its place. In this workshop, we will explore the science of life through a variety of hands-on activities including gummy worm mitosis, stop-motion cell division, and building DNA strands with mystery ingredients. Learn how life works in fun and delicious ways. This program is being facilitated by the Carmel High School Science Olympiad Team as part of their Summer Science Olympiad.

Please register in advance. Registration for this Science Olympiad Workshop will begin May 10th either online through the Carmel Clay Public Library's Attend calendar, at the Young Adult Services Desk, or by calling (317) 814-3983.

This program will be held in the Program Room and is for students in grades 5-8. (Younger students should have completed 5th grade.)