DASTOW: Physics Fun on 15

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Physics Fun on 15, Wilson Hall, DASTOW, June 26, 2015

Fermilab Employees, Contractors and Users:

Physics Fun on 15 for kids 10 and under
Sign up your children for fun, hands-on activities as part of their day at Fermilab. Race the ball around the spiral accelerator, explore with different kinds of magnets, and more. The Education Office is hosting half-hour sessions from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the 15th floor of Wilson Hall. All children must be accompanied by a parent who is a Fermilab employee/contractor/user. Bring your badge. Registration is required. (Only register your children, not yourself!)

Exploring Dark Energy for middle and high school students
The universe is warped, growing and full of energy and matter that we can't see. These energies and forces are competing to determine the fate of the universe. Fermilab astrophysicist Brian Nord will talk about these forces and the journey to understand them from a telescope in the Chilean Andes. Geared toward middle and high school students but everyone is welcome. (Register your children and yourself if you are going.)

Behind the Scenes at Fermilab for middle and high school students
Middle- and high-school aged kids will have the opportunity to meet and hear from Fermilab employees about their interesting jobs at the lab. There will be plenty of time for questions! Geared toward middle and high school students but everyone is welcome.(Register your children and yourself if you are going.)

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For questions, contact Deb Sebastian.