2016 Philadelphia Science Festival

PSF 2016

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April 16 and 22–30, 2016

April 16
Science Night at the Ballpark

Root for the Phillies as they take on the Washington Nationals and keep an eye out for students and faculty from the Physical Therapy Department.

April 23
Clark Park Science Discovery Day

Join faculty and students from the Physical Therapy Department; Biological Sciences and students from the neurobiology class; Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics; and Behavioral Health for hands-on activities.

April 24
What’s in a Beer? From Grain to Glass at the USciences’ Brewing Lab

Join brewing scientists at University of the Sciences for a discussion and sampling of the brewing process. Evaluate raw ingredients and tour the Pilot Brewing Laboratory as an experimental beer is brewed.

Fishtown Science Crawl

Toast science and innovation and take bar hopping to a whole new level during the Fishtown Science Crawl! Faculty from Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics and students from the neurobiology class will be on hand.

Murder at the Mütter®: Picture of Death

Participants will work with investigators and forensic experts at different evidence stations to experience the science of criminal investigation and solve the mystery. Ages: 16 and up (ages 16 and 17 must be accompanied by an adult 21 years or over). Members of the Chemistry Department will take part.

April 25
Neighborhood Science Afterschool – Fox Chase Library

The Philadelphia Science Festival invades neighborhood libraries for a celebration of science fun! Faculty from the Chemistry Department will be there.

April 29
Science After Hours: PSF Closing Party

Dress in your nerdiest apparel and join the celebration of nerd nations as the Science Festival brings you our closing night party, The Nerd Olympics. Look out for neurobiology students accompanied by faculty from Biological Sciences.

April 30
Science Carnival at Penn's Landing

The Carnival at the Great Plaza at Penn's Landing features more than 175 exhibitors offering non-stop, family-friendly experiments, interactive activities, games, and a packed line-up of live entertainment. USciences will have four spots with faculty and students from Physical Therapy, Physics, and a student organization, Heart to Soul in Action, taking part.