Food Lab Camp - Molecular Gastronomy and Edible Science!
This 4 day camp will teach participants about the science of food by having hands on experiments with things we eat every day! Students will learn techniques in molecular gastronomy and food science and then discuss the science behind how it happens. Each day, participants will leave with a new knowledge they can easily share with their friends and family as well as a tasty project to eat or share. Learn how make flavorful creations such as: - Dry Ice Ice Cream - Boba Balls - Gummy Slime - Plastic from milk - Rock Candy - Citrus Candle - Edible water bottles - and more delicious activities! Details Teacher: Megan Mitchell Ages: 12 - 15 Cost: $225 Date: July 16 - 20 Time: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm What to Bring: A cell phone & notebook for taking notes, and an appetite for tasty foods! Teacher Bio: Megan is a second year graduate student at CU Boulder in the Biochemistry program, studying bacterial proteins and how they work inside the cell. Having taught science and health to elementary and middle school students, she finds few things as rewarding as helping young scientists learn about the natural world. Her favorite topics are basic chemistry (because it can get a little messy) and bacteriology (because bacteria are so cool!). I am eager to share my excitement and curiosity for biochemistry with students participating in my workshop.
7000 West 117th Avenue
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