Teen Science Café

Dr. Mark Lucas


The Ohio Valley Museum of Discovery will host our next Teen Science Café on Tuesday, June 28 from 6-8pm at Clippinger Labs.
Our presenter this month is Dr. Mark Lucas:

“Seeing the Invisible – Experimental Physics”

Meet in Clippinger 045, Ohio University

With a background in Nuclear Experimental Physics, Dr. Mark Lucas focuses on the teaching of physics at Ohio University and science outreach in the Athens community. Come explore different ways to “see” and make sense of the world around us. Clippinger 045 is in the basement of Clippinger Laboratories in the southwest wing of the building. Parking is available after 5PM in the Ping lot (stay away from the spots labeled ‘pay by space’) or in the Walter lot.

This is a free event, which is run by teens, and open to all teens. This event, and future Teen Science Cafes, will provide an opportunity for teens to discuss and participate in hands on activities with scientists and professionals in STEM & STEAM.

For further information contact Jen Parsons, Executive Director Ohio Valley Museum of Discovery, at director@ovmod.org.

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Past Guests: 

Dr. Nancy Stevens

Exploring environmental change through time: Tales from the field to the laboratory to the classroom and beyond


Dr. Jennifer Hines

RNA alphabet soup and how we use it to find new medicines

Dr. Jennifer Hines

Coral Wedel


Joe Brehm


Dr. Ryan Fogt


Hannah Rastatter


Meredith Fitschen-Brown


Dr. Ricky Okello


Dr. Nina Adjanin


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