Syn2cat goes ScienceFestival2013

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Syn2cat goes ScienceFestival2013
Non Newtonian Fluids
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Type of Event: Event
From: 2013/11/07
Till: 2013/11/10
Recurring: no
Organizer: National museum for natural history
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Website: http://www.science-festiv...
Attendees: Gunstick, Muling
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Contact Person(s): Gunstick (mail)
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Where: MNHN, Luxembourg (25, rue Münster, L-2160 Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
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Is it a solid, is it a liquid? It's a solquid! Non newtonian fluids are changing between liquid and solid properties depending on exerted pressure. There will be several experiments showing the surprising properties of those substances.



Our activity at the science festival 2013 will be about non newtonian fluids. A liquid which becomes solid if you hit it. A visquous mass which becomes liquid if you push it. Several possibilities will be shown where you can observe the "stuff" and try out some experiments yourself.

Website of the science festival: http://science-festival.lu/

Website for our project: https://wiki.hackerspace.lu/wiki/Non_Newtonian_Fluids

What's needed for 17 may:


  • the title (no more than 50 characters) and a short and attractive description (no more than 300 characters) of your activity (in French and German), with a view to encouraging people to participate;
  • your organisation’s logo (if applicable) and a selection of digital photographs (of which we will choose the most suitable) that illustrate your activity;
  • your special requirements (electricity, water supply, tables,...).
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