Chemistry Students Host Science Carnival
Students prepare to do experiments at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School
Cal State University Channel Islands is preparing to host its 2013 Science Carnival Saturday at Thurgood-Marshall Elementary School from 5p.m. to 8 p.m.
State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson said she will be on hand for the fun.
The Science Carnival is free for children and their families.
Chemistry students will give kids a chance to take part in hands-on learning in a Halloween carnival setting.
The effect of liquid nitrogen on a balloon is one example of a demonstration students will be doing.
Naval Base Ventura County, the Society of Women Engineers and the Chemistry Departments from Moorpark, Ventura and Westmont Colleges are involved, too.
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