Check out this video by Beau Rainey about the life of Little Shop of Physics interns.

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The Little Shop of Physics Open House takes place every year on the last Saturday of February at the CSU Lory Student Center. This free public event always draws a crowd, and this year is was no exception. Over the course of the day, approximately 10,000 people came to do science with us!

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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.

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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.

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The Little Shop of Physics teamed up with CenturyLink and the Denver Broncos Tackle STEM to bring an awesome hands-on science experience to thousands of Colorado children!

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On February 25, the Little Shop of Physics held it’s 26th Annual Open House, the biggest one yet! Thanks to all of those who came out to make this event spectacular!

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The 26th Annual Open House is Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the Colorado State University Lory Student Center. It’s free and open to the public! Come join the fun!

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Little Shop of Physics has been around for 25 years and has shared our unique approach to science with over 500,000 children. A quarter of a century…half a million kids.

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In January, Little Shop of Physics and B2Gold ran a series science camps with students in Namibia. Here’s a video capturing some of the fun we had with our first group of students from Otjiwarango.

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Check out the LSOP Crew and the College of Natural Sciences Learning Community doing science with a 30-foot parachute!

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