State of the Sciences: Live! at the Library
Mark your calendars to join the College of Sciences and the NCSU Libraries for a fun, family-friendly event in conjunction with the North Carolina Science Festival.
The event will feature activities for science lovers of all ages, including hands-on demos, fun and informative talks, tours of the library and its technology capabilities, along with food, wine and NC State beer.
The event, which will be part of the North Carolina Science Festival, is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
- Rhett Allain, physics alumnus and Wired magazine’s Dot Physics blogger
- Samantha Trull, zoology alumna known as “The Mother of Sloths” and co-founder of The Sloth Institute in Costa Rica
- A kid-friendly, interactive science performance by “Isaac Newton” and “Albert Einstein”
Featured Events and Activities
- Rooftop stargazing with astrophysics students
- Science storytime for kids
- Spectacular science scenes in the library’s teaching and visualization lab
- Interpreting a chemical reaction through dance
- Behind-the-scenes tours of the bookBot, the library’s state-of-the-art book delivery system
Free and open to the public, but registration is required. Please register here for your free ticket.
This program is presented by the College of Sciences, in collaboration with the NCSU Libraries.