Leave the kids at home and have an adult evening at Science with a Twist.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live underwater? The IF Water Conference presents the answer to this and other water-related questions in an immersive, all day event.
Girl Scouts Cookie-inspired desserts that support confidence and science.
Drone and quadcopter enthusiasts now have a place to meet and discuss their interests. LVL1, inc, a local maker space is hosting monthly meetups for anyone interested in quadcopters, drones, helicopters, boats and other items that are remote controlled. The meetings are a result of the high interest level of their first annual quadcopter battle (pics included).
With all the hub bub about Amazon using drones to deliver goods in thirty minutes or less one day, it seems the perfect time to announce Louisville's first ever Quadcopter battle.
These $18 workshops offer a fun and engaging way to spend a Saturday with your kids. Watch their confidence grow as they build working electronics themselves.
Nobody is taking opposing corners tonight. With the annual Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light’s Awards Dinner slated for 6:30pm, former pastor and author, Michael Dowd, will present “Beyond Sustainability: A Realistically Inspiring Vision”.
Tinkering, toying and maybe some puffs of smoke – author Jon Gertner brings his new book, ‘The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation’, to the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch tonight, March 6th, at 7pm.
Thomas Edison, the man with over 1000 invention patents, has a birthday this month. Celebrate at his Lousiville home on Saturday with a birthday cake shaped like a light bulb. Yes, you read that correctly.
BODY WORLDS Vital at Kentucky Science Center opened last week and runs until May. Preserved human specimens in various states of health and disease show how positive eating habits and exercise routines lead to improved health. Members get access to the exhibit plus permanent exhibits for $10/adult and $5/child; non-members will pay $20/adult and $15/child.
Get your science on at the Louisville Science Center's Science in Play exhibit now through January 1, 2013.
Local engineers and science fans spent 24 hours engineering devices that fling food and had a face-off Sunday at their "maker space" on E. Broadway.
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