What do bubbles, smoke and apples have in common?
They were all used in experiments at the Science Family Night at Quincy University Friday night.
Kids got the chance to learn the science behind food, music, sports and roller coasters.
Organizers said they are trying to attract kids into the science field through real world scenarios.
holding the science night to try to get kids interested in science at a young age, so hopefully they will stay interested in science and our test scores in science and math will start to rise back up hopefully and we'll get more people in the science fields," said QU associate biology professor Kimberly Hale.
Kids learned how to keep an apple from browning by using lemons.
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