Thanks to everyone who came out to a Science Strikes Back! Over 180 people enjoyed your community science so thanks for sharing!
Our winners were:
Science - Effect of Temperature on Bacterial Growth
Technology - Time Machine
Engineering - Rusty Nail Boy
Art - Why do volcanoes exist?
Math - Why? How to use the Force
Weird - Are Loud Toots Stinkier?
Conservation in the Urban Environment - Dish Soap vs Oil
This event is free and open to the public. Come by and explore alongside peer scientists and curious community members. Entry cost for a project is $25.
Science Strikes Back aims to encourage community members in Milwaukee to critically analyze environmental issues and solve problems in their communities. Through the development of collaborative relationships between students, educators, and content specialists from locally-based organizations, Science Strikes Back will produce a strong network in Milwaukee for continued environmental education and natural resource stewardship
Location: Escuela Verde
3628 W Pierce St
Milwaukee, WI 53215
The Virtual Water Table was a hit among students and adults. Attendees learned about watersheds and contouring as they moved the colorful sand around the table.
Alba presents her project on clouds in both English and Spanish to share with her community what she learned.