The Science of Food
Date(s) - May 8, 2021
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Take a bite out of science during this event that will actually encourage you to play with your food!
Did you know that honey will never go bad and that fruit snacks (gummy bears) and cars are coated in the same type of wax? Learn these and other fun food facts during this event that will introduce you to the science of food. Through many rich STEM activities, you will explore the chemical reactions of food in culinary concoctions and fermentation experiments, discover the biology of taste buds, and extract DNA in foods. We’ll also explore the technological side of foods by learning how to grow your own food, make paper from fruits, and tap into the power of potatoes! Each station will include hands-on activities for participants and may include takeaways, perfect for the budding chef, scientist, or chemist or anyone who likes to eat!
This event is free and open to all ages.
About Remake Learning Days Across America
It is led by Remake Learning (RL), a network that ignites engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change. National partners of RLDAA include PBS Kids, Digital Promise, Common Sense Media, Learning Heroes and Noggin. RLDAA is generously supported by The Grable Foundation, The Hewlett Foundation, Schmidt Futures, Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Ford Foundation. Click here for more information on Remake Learning Days Across America.