10 am to noon
Taught by Mark Kent
Conduct or Not
What is conductivity? Conductivity is generally the measure of how easily thermal energy or electrical charge moves through a material, although sometimes sound energy is added to the list. Materials that are conductors offer little resistance to the flow of thermal energy (heat) or electrical current (electricity). Materials can be classified as conductors, semi-conductors, and non-conductors (also known as insulators). Examples of conductors include metals and electrolyte solutions; semi-conductors include silicon and certain other elements; non-conductors include ceramics, wood, and many polymers.
Price is per child attending, parent or guardian can attend class with child for no additional fee. $30 for non-members, $20 for members of BioCurious*
Saturday Morning Science is for ages 5 and up. Under 7 require an adult present to assist them with the lab.
*If you are a member please let us know and we will sign you up and send you directions how to pay