Engineers Week 2013
to 2 PM
1600 Gendy Street , Fort Worth, TX
$10 - $14
See how much fun science, technology, engineering and mathematics can be during Engineers Week 2013. Join us for a week of discovery, building, experimentation and exploration through activities such as:
Lights, Camera, Chromo key – Experience this technology first hand with the help of IBM engineers
Flight Simulator – Try your hand at flying a Lockheed Martin fighter
Electrical Investigations – Explore electricity and learn about semiconductors with Mouser Electronics
Electronics Dissection – Take apart simple electronics to reveal interesting insides
Challenge On! – Join us for different daily engineering challenges
Engineer Meet and Greet – Engineers will be in the building from a variety of fields. Ask them your toughest, and most interesting, questions.
Nature’s Engineers – Learn about some of nature’s natural engineers through specimens from the Museum’s collection
KEVA Competition – Test your skills in building the tallest, strongest structure
Flight Challenge – Build flying objects and let them rip
Digital Trail – Visit the Cattle Raisers Museum to learn how ranchers use technology and engineering to protect their herds
Telescopic Engineering – Learn the ins & out of how telescopes work with the Noble Planetarium staff
All activities are included with paid exhibit admission. Please note, activities are offered on a rotating basis. Engineers are onsite at varying times.
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