SoundBio Lab was delighted to be invited back to the Museum of Flight's annual Maker Night, featuring a variety of Makers and STEM groups in the Seattle area. This year’s event was held on Thursday, Sept 12th, 2019. The setting of this event is hard to beat as we were once again situated in front of a Boeing 787 Dreamliner and a massive turbine engine! What a spectacular location for celebrating the Maker Movement with the Museum’s Connection families.
This year we hosted our Filtration Challenge, which is popular with all ages. The goal is to separate out the 'contaminants' from the rice by using a variety of different science 'tools' on a tray. We love this activity because everyone approaches the problem differently! It's a great reminder that there are many ways to find a solution, and that by working together, it's often more efficient.
A big thank you to SoundBio volunteer, Ley Gaskill, and of course, to our friends at the Museum of Flight for including SoundBio Lab. We look forward to many more Maker Nights in the future!