Virtual Sunday with a Scientist to explore aircraft, vibrations

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Virtual Sunday with a Scientist to explore aircraft, vibrations

Archie the Mammoth, a bronze sculpture outside of the University of Nebraska State Museum, is all masked up for protection against the global pandemic. The museum will offer free admission for veterans from Nov. 11-15.
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Keegan Moore, professor in the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, will be leading the final Sunday with a Scientist of the year from 2-2:45 p.m. Nov. 22 via Zoom.

This month’s event, which will explore how a mechanical engineer can help make air travel safer and more fuel-efficient, will take place over Zoom and Facebook Live. Sign up to participate through Zoom or watch on the Museum’s Facebook Page (@UNSMMorrillHall).

Sunday with a Scientist is a monthly event hosted by the University of Nebraska State Museum-Morrill Hall. This series highlights the work of scientists, while educating children, families and the university community on a variety of topics related to science and natural history. Presenters share scientific information in a fun, informal way through demonstrations, activities or by conducting science on site. During the Fall 2020 semester, Sunday with a Scientist has taken place virtually over Zoom and Facebook Live.

Explore how a mechanical engineer can help make air travel safer and more fuel efficient during virtual Sunday with a Scientist.
Explore how a mechanical engineer can help make air travel safer and more fuel efficient during virtual Sunday with a Scientist.

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