Punched cards were widely used throughout much of the 20th century in various industries for record keeping and data processing. Machines used punched cards for data input, output, and storage. Come learn more about how punched card machines were used and punch your own souvenir card on an original IBM 29 to take home during the demo, this Saturday from 2PM – 4PM!
Do you know a curious kid? You know, the one that always asks the why? what? and how? behind everyday things. SciTech Saturdays are here to satisfy some of their curiosity.
Join CMoA’s Education and Public Programs Manager to discuss and build Homopolar Motors. This topic and activity is for children 12 and older. See electromagnetic forces in action! Parents should plan to join in the fun.
Workshops begin at 11AM and have limited seating.
Free with museum admission.
Talking Tech at CMoA is a presenter series for all ages. From 15 to 105, you will enjoy a wide array of topics in Tech happening today from industry insiders.
At 2:00PM, NASA Ambassador, Steve Jones will share information about the Artemis missions and other upcoming projects from NASA. Steve, a physics teacher at Innovation Academy in Alpharetta, participates in year-round training to share with the public the latest news from NASA. Whether you’re a space ‘junkie’, a student interested in aerospace careers, or an armchair scientist, this presentation is for you!
Free for members or with museum admission.