BUFFALO, N.Y. — Children between 8 and 12 years old will
learn about levitating magnets, floating superconductors and cool
(no pun intended) things you can do with liquid nitrogen
on Tuesday, April 2 at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. at the Buffalo
Museum of Science (1020 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo).
The demonstrations will be done by students in the University at
Buffalo Honors College, a program for academically gifted
The theme of the presentation is “Exotic
The purpose of the presentations for children enrolled in the
museum’s "Fantastic Physics" spring break science camp is to
“educate the children and get them interested in the way the
world around them works,” says Nigel Michki, a UB student and
UB Presidential Scholar.
Michki and fellow students Luke Bodmer and Dante Iozzo will do
the demonstrations; they got the idea from a UB Honors College
program called Spark, which encourages students to use their
passions to create positive change in the community, according to
Elizabeth Colucci, senior assistant director of the Honors
The UB students developed the lesson plans on their own and
contacted the Buffalo Museum of Science.
For press arrangements, please contact Amy Biber, Buffalo Museum
of Science marketing manager, at 716-896-5200 ext. 312 or email@example.com.