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Saturday, April 27, 2019
11:00 am - 5:00 pm

City of Science Premieres in New Jersey for High School Students! 

Join the World Science Festival and Fairleigh Dickinson University for City of Science: High School Edition. From a warped space gravity simulator to a 20-foot pendulum wave, this FREE STEM event features large-scale interactive exhibits and hands-on activities run by top science professionals from the New York/New Jersey area.  

+ TOUR FDU science and engineering labs and experience college-level activities—including forensic analysis, nursing simulations, and programming robots.
+ LEARN about STEM careers through talks and presentations.
+ EXPLORE complex scientific principles and their real-life applications—like spinning gyroscopes to discover how they’re used in GPS systems or playing tug of war on wheels to understand how astronauts work in microgravity.  
+ MEET and NETWORK with local STEM professionals and organizations.

City of Science is FREE and recommended for students in Grades 7-12.

RSVP not required, but encouraged. RSVP HERE!

JOHN P. LABROSSE, JR.   Mayor of Hackensack
PAUL A. SARLO   Senator, 36th Legislative District
BOB MENENDEZ   U.S. Senator for New Jersey

Questions: Email education@worldsciencefestival.com, call 212.348.1400, or visit our City of Science hub page for details about our other City of Science events.

Presented by Fairleigh Dickinson University. Sponsored by Picatinny Arsenal.


Interested in volunteering?

If you’re a scientist or science educator and are interested in taking charge of a City of Science exhibit, fill out our application form or send us an email at education@worldsciencefestival.com.