Sponsored by Brown University, CS4RI, USCMS Collaboration, IEEE Superconductivity and Harvard University, with collaborating support of Bryant University, Citizens Bank, and CERN’s USCMS and USATLAS experiment.
The event celebrates the intersections between science and the arts. We invite kids and adults of all ages to participate in the free, hands-on activities and discover science in our daily lives. For one exciting day, famous scientists team up with musicians, programmers, artists, and chefs to explore the wonders of science. Do not miss Musician Micky Dolenz from the legendary band The Monkees and meet the researchers working with the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Geneva.
A little-known fact about Micky Dolenz of the legendary band The Monkees is that in addition to being a very talented musician he has a wealth of other skills. An expert carpenter and well-versed in Renaissance history, he is also a lifelong fan of particle physics. Don Lincoln will be talking to Micky about his love of science and how it’s never too late to go back to college.
Live in 2021