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Stanford Splash Day 2

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Splash brings grade 8-12 students to Stanford to partake in classes are taught by Stanford students. This will be our third time teaching a class called "Interacting with Light." Class Description: Why is the internet so fast? Can you measure microscopic objects without a microscope? Why is spear fishing so hard? Learn how light plays tricks with our eyes, how we can INSTANTLY send memes to our friends around the world, and how to measure the width of your hair without a microscope! We will explain refraction, diffraction, and fiber optics using demos and hands-on activities.
Sunday, November 17, 2019 - 13:00 to 17:00