NU's Junior Science Cafe's January Featured Event Photo

NU's Junior Science Cafe's January Featured Event

January 21, 2011, 4:30 - 5:45 p.m.
Evanston Public Library, 3rd Floor inside The Loft
1703 Orrington Ave., Evanston, IL 60208

Morphing Aircraft (and other cool transformers): NU's Junior Science Cafe's January Featured Event

Watch video: "Shape memory alloy latch-and-release mechanism demonstration"

Watch video: "Shape memory alloy behavior in heated water"

Ever wonder what technology will make it possible to design tomorrow’s aircraft to fly like birds?

In what other ways will this science transform our futures?

Is it already happening today?

Come find out with Aaron Stebner
PhD Fellow, Predictive Science & Engineering Design Cluster
Adjunct Lecturer, Segal Design Institute

Open to all students grades 6—12, their parents, grandparents, and teachers. Free admission!

To read more, visit the Science in Society Q&A with Aaron Stebner, also featured through an online TribLocal article. Also posted on the Science in Society website are Aaron's two SMA behavior videos.

Learn more about the Science Cafe.