CU Wizards: There's something in the air!

December's CU Wizards show brings air down to Earth in a show geared for a young K-12 audience eager to learn about the science of our Earth’s atmosphere. The CU Wizards free STEM shows for K-12 students and families is available both in-person & virtually via live zoom broadcast.

Professor Brown has traveled the world to study the amazingly thin, invisible, ethereal stuff that blankets our amazing planet and makes life on Earth possible. Have you wondered...Why is the Sky Blue!?  Why are sunrises orange?  What is air made of exactly? Did you know the Earth wears sunglasses!? And what's the story about the greenhouse gases that are slowly but steadily warming the Earth?

The CU Wizards programs are currently being offered both in person and via Zoom. Please pre-register at: https://forms.gle/KCxdZ6wTzchLnZ1BA

Saturday, December 4 at 9:30am to 10:30am

Cristol Chemistry and Biochemistry, 140
1606 Central Campus Mall, Boulder, CO 80309

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