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Discover engineering at Pacific Science Center’s Virtual Curiosity Expo

Want to build a battery out of materials you have at home? Or learn how drones work? Or find out how scientists use molecular engineering to build new medicines?

These are some of the topics you can explore for free at Pacific Science Center’s Virtual Curiosity Expo, on Friday, May 29, which has a full day of activities and workshops around a theme of engineering. Suggested donation is $10.

Pacific Science Center Members can sign up for several Zoom workshops, and there’s more than four hours of live-streamed activities available to anyone.

Here’s the live-stream schedule:

10:30 a.m. Making Low-Carbon Energy by Splitting Atoms

11 a.m. From Data to Solutions: Saving Steelhead in the Hood Canal

11:30 a.m. Drones

12 p.m. DIY: Battery at Home

12:30 p.m. Civil Engineering: Behind the Scenes of Civilization

1 p.m. Transportation Futures Post-COVID

1:30 p.m. Molecular Engineering: Building New Medicines

2:15 p.m. Engineering Solutions for COVID-19 response

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