Lam Research Foundation
Science at the Library

 Math Science Nucleus

Fremont Main Library
Fukaya Room. Stevenson Ave and Paseo Padre

There are 4 activities at each presentation after a show presentation. Parents work with their children to learn about science.  Recommended  for elementary age children. Families are encouraged to attend.  Limited seating.  Funding provided by Lam Research Foundation and free.
register for each event for reminder
, you do not need to bring ticket

Oct 31, 2016 Monday
7-7:45 pm
Eventbrite - Bones, Bones, Bones  A Million Bones - Halloween Special
Special Halloween Event
Bones, Bones, Bones, A Million Bones
Bones are important to all vertebrates by giving structures and form to mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and birds.  This special event will make students understand why bones are a symbol for Halloween but learn the science behind studying bones whether recent or fossil.  Children can come in costume and get some tricks and treats!
Dec 6, 2016 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Eventbrite - Physics of Toys
Physics of Toys
Toys are not just created for children, but designed by "toyologists." Background in engineering, math, and physics helps toyologists to make toys that are fun and innovative.  Children will create their own toy while learning what makes other toys work.
Jan 31, 2017 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Eventbrite - Wild Weather
Wild Weather
Sorevere weather around the world can be disastrous.  You will learn about tornadoes, hurricanes, monsoons, drought and how the rotation of the Earth can help us predict this weather.  See lightning inside the library with Ken Miller, the electrical wizard.
Feb 21, 2017 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Eventbrite - Soil Critters
Soil Critters
Soil is the basis of all plants.  It is the magic of little organisms that provides a way to chemical create an environment for plants to grow.  Learn about how ants and worms decompose organic material to create nutrients for soil.
April 4, 2017 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Eventbrite - Electromagnetic Magic
Electromagnetic Magic
Light, electricity, and magnetism are all part of the electromagnetic wave spectrum.  Ken Miller will join us with his Van De Graaf Machine to experience the wild electrons. Hair Raising!
May 16, 2017 Tues
7-7:45 pmEventbrite - Fossils through the Ages
Fossils through the Ages
Many weird and wild animals have lived in the past.  Their fossils give us clues of a changing Earth.   Look at dinosaurs and ice age mega fauna.  Look at some of the fossils that tell us the story of the changing Bay Area. 

Math/Science Nucleus
 4074 Eggers Drive, Fremont, California, U.S.A., 94536
 (510) 790-6284 Fax: (510) 790-6089