Iridescent, a national science education nonprofit, and the U.S. Office of Naval Research will host an interactive science festival to celebrate the launch of the Iridescent Science Studio on November 4th. The festival, which is free and open to the public, will include interactive exhibits, science experiments and design challenges for students and families led by engineers from NASA, The Cooper Union, Columbia University, Thirteen/WNET, New York Hall of Science, BioBus, SeaPerch and GreenFab. The studio is a community venue where children and their parents can engage in interactive science learning with engineers and scientists using sophisticated equipment. For more information, visit www.iridescentlearning.org.
Special guests will include: Secretary Ray Mabus and Rear Admiral Nevin Carr, U.S. Navy; Geoffrey Canada, Harlem Children’s Zone; Simon Ben-Avi, The Cooper Union; Margaret Honey, New York Hall of Science; and Tara Chklovski, Iridescent.
To RSVP visit http://iridescent.eventbrite.com