POCATELLO – An electrifying physics demonstration and liquid nitrogen ice cream provided by the Idaho State University physics program will be on tap from noon to 3 p.m.July 8 at the Pine Ridge Mall in front of Gillie’s Food Stop.
This free public event will feature physics demonstrations and hands-on science exhibits featuring a Van DeGraff electrostatic generator, an electromagnetic rail gun and a magnetic linear accelerator.
There will be free ice cream for kids made in minutes with the help of liquid nitrogen. The event is designed to provide science fun for the whole family.
For more information contact ISU physics Professor Steve Shropshire at 282-2212 or email@example.com.