Registration is now open for the Saturday-morning session of Science on Saturday, on May 18 at 10AM at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory (244 Wood Street in Lexington). The topic will be Light, Sound, Vibration, and their Remarkable Relationship, presented by Lincoln Laboratory’s Rob Haupt. Learn about photon-to-photon interaction, photoacoustics, and laser vibrometry — how we can use light to create sound and vibration in objects at distances from a few inches to a kilometer, and how we can use light as a microphone to measure sound and light from far away. All children (5-17 years) must be escorted by an adult, and every adult must be escorted by a child or children. Children under 5 are not admitted. Admission is free but each person attending must be registered. Space is limited. Register online by May 17 (May 6 for non-U.S. citizens). Register an adult first, then a child, then others. Adults must bring government photo identification. See other rules on the registration pages.
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