hands-on project-based fun in applied science and engineering
fun in applied science
Children will design and prototype a model electric car, powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. From concept to finish, a process is followed and creativity unleashed.
Your child learns how a hydraulic system is used to transmit power and then builds model hydraulic machines!
Immerse your child in a week of exploration, beginning with our own solar system, then our galaxy and beyond.
Children get to explore many branches of applied science and engineering through fun experimentation, demonstrations, games and challenges.
Learn how to code instructions for a drone. Deal with basic laws of motion. Let STEM take flight!
Design, build, test & fly your own model rocket. Use simulation software to test different designs, motors and flight conditions.
Inside, design, build & load test a take-home, model truss bridge. Outside, team-build four different bridges, including a suspension.
Dive into marine ecology. Explore the wonders of the seacoast and join a whale watch excursion.
Engineer William Short brings to life the Viking sagas and shares how to analyze archeological finds.
Pathways to careers in medicine, biotech and nanotechnology begin here!
“Catapult Engineering is non-stop, hands-on physics fun with a medieval flair.” —mom. Outside, teams build two trebuchets!
3D print your own designs and learn about hydrogen fuel cell technology.
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