EventsEarthquake Exploration with Northeastern's Society of Women Engineers (on Zoom)

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Earthquake Exploration with Northeastern's Society of Women Engineers (on Zoom)

4:30 PM – 5:15 PM

Description

Why do some buildings stand strong during an earthquake while others crumble? Kids 5-12 years and their families, join Northeastern's Society of Women Engineers for a hands-on experiment that will deepen your understanding of the ways that vibration frequencies, building sizes, and building materials influence which buildings stand strong when an earthquake strikes. Email Librarian Rebecca (rfox@bpl.org) to register and receive the link to our Zoom room.

Suitable for:
Children (Ages 6-12)
Families
Type:
Workshops & Classes
Nature
Language:
English

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