Love is in the air, and it’s about to get messy! Science on Demand will lead us on a journey through the heart of a sheep. Spread the love of science and bring a friend.
Miss Andrea from Science on Demand will be on hand to lead us in sheep heart dissections, just in time to get you in the mood for Valentine’s Day. Appropriate for tweens and teens ages 11-18. Space is limited; registration is encouraged.
Have you ever been interested in what the inside of an eyeball looks like? Now you can find out! Working in small groups, students will dissect and explore their own cow eye with visual guides and instructor assistance. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. Space is limited; registration required.
CU Science Discovery presents this fun and fascinating workshop designed to teach students about animal eye structure and function. Teens will engage in a discussion about animal vision and learn about animal adaptation as it relates to vision and eye structure. By dissecting a cow’s eye, students will locate and identify the optic nerve, lens, cornea, sclera and iris. A cow eye is very similar to the eyes of all mammals including humans, and by dissecting and examining the anatomy of a preserved cow eye, participants will learn how their eyes form images of the world around them and send these images to their brains. Space is limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Participate in an in-depth, hands-on dissection. In small groups, dissect a frog to learn about body systems and biology. Appropriate for ages 12 and up.