USU sedimentologist Evey Gannaway Dalton is featured speaker for family friendly event.
Science Unwrapped’s "Building on Basics" series explores basic scientific principles, such as waves, rotational forces and radioactivity from varied, fascinating perspective. All events are held on Friday evenings, beginning with a talk at 7 pm in the Eccles Science Learning Center (ESLC 130 – Emert Auditorium), followed at 8 pm by refreshments and hands-on learning activities provided by university and community volunteers in the ESLC atrium.
All Science Unwrapped events are recorded and posted about 10 days after the live presentations with closed captioning.
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Established in 2009, Science Unwrapped is the College of Science’s public science outreach program. During the school year, Science Unwrapped hosts monthly gatherings featuring a science lecture, following by hands-on learning activities and refreshments. Inquiring minds of all ages are invited to learn about the wonders, the joys, the mishaps, the fun, the unexpected detours and the excitement of scientific discovery.
Science Unwrapped’s 2023-24 ‘Building on Basics’ series continues Friday, Oct. 6, with “Chronological Order: Telling Time with Utah’s Fossil Record,” featuring geoscientist Evey Gannaway Dalton, at 7 p.m. in the Eccles Science Learning Center. Inquiring minds of all ages are invited to this free event. Learning activities follow the talk. The presentation will be recorded and posted on this site within about a week of the event.
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