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NASA engineer to discuss Orion spacecraft at Mentor Library

We’re hosting a program that will put stars in your eyes. For one special evening, Aimee Bogner – an electrical engineer at the NASA Glenn Research Center – will introduce everyone to Orion, NASA’s newest spacecraft, during a program at … Continue reading

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Duck when you enter the Drone Zone

The kids who came to our STEAM program on Tuesday designed buildings out of note cards and tape. Then they tried to navigate drones through their skylines. The design and engineering went well. The drones… well… you can see for … Continue reading

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Making sense of the senses

Our STEAM Club experimented with their senses recently — learning about their taste, sight, touch, smelling and hearing. They tested what it was like to taste something without saliva, experimented with their depth perception, and used potato chips to learn … Continue reading

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Learn by playing with our new STEAM kits

Kids can learn by playing with the new STEAM kits at our Main Branch. Experiment with magnetism, electricity and the water cycle with our physics kit. Check out slides with our microscope. Complete circuits; build a motor, telegraph, radio or compass. Design a … Continue reading

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Eggs-citing science experiments

We made volcano eggs, a twist on the classic baking soda volcano. All you need to do is add baking soda to your egg dye. pic.twitter.com/Jfx3hCoIHj — MentorPublicLibrary (@MentorPL) March 28, 2018 We made volcano eggs last week, a twist … Continue reading

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