Michael Faraday began a tradition of giving a lecture for children on Christmas Eve in 1827. He would show the children various experiments that he had been working on during the year at a time when education for young people was scarce. Many of his basic discoveries make today's technology possible.
Come to the annual Faraday's Holiday Event with Keynote Speaker Todd Moon, USU Department Head and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He will be speaking on "Tools for Spies in the 21st Century." There will also be exciting, hands-on science activities for kids of all ages!