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In light of electricity – a light, colours, and simple electronics workshop

June 9, 2018 1:00 pm

Learn to build simple electronics with UBC Physics & Astronomy students Laurel Stothers and Sydney Seraphim! We are hosting two hands-on electronics workshops for anyone interested in learning how to build tri-colour (red, green, blue) flashlights using a breadboard and electronic components. This workshop is great for children as their first experience with electronics, as well as educators who want to bring this activity back to their classes or groups. At the same time, learn what you can create with different colours of light.

Two workshop sessions are offered:

  • 1-2:30pm for beginner worksho (LED flash light that can be turned on and off with switches), appropriate for age 7-9.
  • 2:30-4pm for advance workshop (LED flash light with dimmer that can be turned on and off with switches), appropriate for age 10 and above (including adults).

This event is part of the Interstitial: Science Innovations by Canadian Women art exhibition from June 8 to June 22. What does it take for a woman to be “in” with the science community?

For further details and to sign up please visit: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/in-light-of-electricity-a-light-colours-and-simple-electronics-workshop-tickets-46508169186

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