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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 HERE to let us know you’re coming and be entered to win: signed books by Brian Greene and Astronaut Greg Olsen, complimentary passes to Liberty Science Center, and more! 

Download Event Flyer in English or Spanish.

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 and Orange & Rockland.


+  CORY BOOKER,  U.S. Senator for New Jersey
+  RICHARD J. CODEY, Senator of New Jersey’s 27th Legislative District
+  JOSH GOTTHEIMER,  U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District
+  MOHAMMED HAMEEDUDDIN,  Mayor of Teaneck
+  JOHN P. LABROSSE, JR.,  Mayor of Hackensack
+  BOB MENENDEZ,  U.S. Senator for New Jersey
+  PAUL A. SARLO,  Senator for New Jersey’s 36th Legislative District
+  LORETTA WEINBERG,  New Jersey Senate Majority Leader



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.