Star Trek is here, folks.
Learn how to use the next best thing to a replicator:
the 3D PRINTER!
- How to take a 3D Model you created or found on a site like Thingiverse and print it out.
- The difference between ABS and PLA filament
- Troubleshooting tips
Age: 10 and up; all children under the age of 13 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Don’t have a lab of your own?
Cheer up, all you budding Bohrs and up-and-coming Curies!
Citizen Science is HERE!
All ages are welcome to come.
Young scientists under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
What is Citizen Science?
Citizen Science is scientific research which can be carried out by people outside of the professional scientific community, often though partnerships with established members of academia.
What kind of projects can I get involved with?
There are hundreds of different Citizen Science projects out there now, although most of the ones we’ll be discussing are posted here.
See our recent feature on our collaboration with the Natural History Museum BioScan project here and click HERE to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more updates!
Sounds awesome! What do I need to do to join in?
Bring your thirst for science and discovery down to the community room on the first floor of the Pio Pico LA Public Library in Koreatown! (click for map) at 2:30-5pm on Saturday, May 10th.
Questions? Please reach out to Levi Simons at firstname.lastname@example.org