March Materials Madness

March Materials Madness is half-day program of hands-on activities for 5th-7th grade students from schools across New York City. This Saturday educational event engages students and parents, exposing them to new topics and cutting edge research. Graduate students perform demonstrations in combustion, chemiluminescence, polymer formation, atomic scale, and more.

Hands-on activities topics include acids and bases, elasticity, superconductivity, sublimation, non-Newtonian fluids, magnetic properties, electrical conductivity, polarity, and temperature effects on material properties.

REGISTER NOW for the event on Saturday March 23, 2019!

Get Involved

5th-7th grade students from schools across New York City who have a strong interest in science activities.

For more information write to engineeringoutreach@columbia.edu or REGISTER NOW!

We welcome participation of graduate students and postdocs at Columbia University! We encourage you to assist by leading hands-on activities and welcome your own ideas as well.

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We welcome participation of Columbia University faculty members and MRSEC PIs in particular! We encourage you to create and lead hands-on activities and welcome your own ideas as well.

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