Stay Curious

The PBS Curious Crew visited NSCL to learn more about nuclear physics. As Dr. Artemis Spyrou said, "physics helps us understand how the world around us works."

Nuclear Physicist Artemis Spyrou takes Curious Crew investigator Janellyn on an interactive tour of an atom-smashing cyclotron. Dr. Spyrou is associate director for Education and Outreach at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University.

Watch the short video of the visit to the Lab here.

On Saturday, Jan 14, NSCL will be at the WKAR studios to demonstate a little bit of nuclear physics. PBS Kids Day at WKAR takes place in the WKAR TV Studios in the Communication Arts & Sciences Building on the campus of Michigan State University, 404 Wilson Road, East Lansing, MI 48824. Parking is free in the Trowbridge Road parking ramp, near the South, Main Lobby.