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It's Phun with Physics at the Natural History Museum of Utah

Published March 26, 2012 9:41 am

Demonstrations • University of Utah faculty members interact with the audience.
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What do balloons, bicycle wheels, liquid nitrogen, flowers and a vacuum pump have in common?

Find out on Wednesday at the Natural History Museum of Utah.

Back by popular demand, it's Phun with Physics — demonstrations of phasinating phacts conducted by Patrick Wiggins, Tori Spratling and Jayceen Craven from the University of Utah's Department of Physics & Astronomy. 

The demonstrations will be on Wednesday, March 28, from 4-6 p.m. The program is included in the regular price of admission to the museum.

 

 


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