Texas A&M University will once again host its annual Physics and Engineering Festival, inviting audiences from around the world to explore science and technology through hands-on exhibits and keynote speeches. The free event will take place on April 1st at the George P. Mitchell ’40 Physics Building on the Texas A&M campus.
The festival will feature a range of activities including interactive exhibits manned by Texas A&M faculty, staff, and students, as well as public lectures by bestselling authors. The schedule of events includes the James G. Potter Lecture by popular science writer Richard Panek, and the Mitchell Lecture by University of Washington astronomer Emily Levesque. The festival will also feature a presentation by NASA astronaut Bonnie Dunbar.
Other highlights of the festival will include the Science Circus, a performance by physics showman Rhys Thomas that combines science, comedy, and circus arts, and the Low-Temperature Physics Extravaganza. The festival will…
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