The Little Shop of Physics represented the College of Natural Sciences in the 2018 Colorado State University Homecoming Parade!
Super Science Saturday is an annual free public event at the UCAR Mesa Lab in Boulder. We are excited to take part in it and spend a Saturday doing science science with some awesome kids (and adults)!
The Little Shop of Physics has been part of the annual AISES (American Indian Science and Engineering Society) pow wow for a decade, and it’s one of the highlights of our year. We are honored to be asked to take part, and pleased to be able to provide an interactive science exploration component for the families and children taking part in the powwow. It’s a good chance for us to partner with our colleagues in the Native American Cultural Center, a wonderful opportunity to support this amazing event, and it provides a chance for the kids taking part in the powwow to get up, get moving, and do a bit of science exploration.
Check out Little Shop of Physics in Action at the Ram Welcome Street Fair as we welcome new freshmen to CSU!
The Little Shop of Physics kicked off the tour with our annual tradition of setting up some of our favorite hands-on science experiments at the Kids Music Adventure, part of Bohemian Nights at New West Fest.
Check out this video by Beau Rainey about the life of Little Shop of Physics interns.
The 28th Annual Little Shop of Physics Open House will take place on Saturday, February 23, 2019, 10am to 4pm, at the Colorado State University Lory Student Center. This week we look back at last year’s Open House.
During the first week of October, LSOP visited Fort Washakie School on the Wind River Reservation. All 500 students got to spend 45 minutes exploring our 100+ hands-on science experiments.
On August 21, 2017 a total solar eclipse swept in a thin arc across the country, and a partial eclipse was viewable across almost the entire continental United States. This also happened to be the first day of the 2017-2018 academic year, and students all over Colorado State University took a break from their studies to watch this rare celestial event.