Bring the family out to this fun and FREE (yet educational!) evening at DeSales University.
These awe-inspiring chemistry demonstrations will entertain and delight while highlighting some “secrets” of science.
This event is FREE! However, reservations are required and do fill up quickly.
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 and Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Priscilla Payne Hurd Science Center Auditorium
Limited seating. Please email NaturalScience@desales.edu to reserve yours.
The Chemistry Demonstrations Program is directed by Dr. Rodger Berg, Associate Professor, and he is assisted by Natural Science Department Faculty, including Associate Professors Dr. Julie Himmelberger and Dr. Francis Mayville; Assistant Professors Dr. Sara Hayik, Dr. Joshua Slee, and Dr. Steven Sweeney; and Chemistry Laboratory Manager Mrs. Patricia Hartman.
The DeSales faculty, staff, and students who participate in the Chemistry Demonstrations Program seek to instill a love of science and to enrich students understanding of chemistry. The demonstrations are a treat for all the senses and include over a dozen highly visual and entertaining experiments such as Fire Tornado, Mad Scientists, Freezing Fish, Invincible Snowballs, Ping Pong Predicament, and making and tasting liquid nitrogen ice cream. The colorful and explosive presentations are designed to be visually interesting and exciting, as well as illustrative of important but easily understood chemical concepts.