The Delaware Teen Science Café is designed for teens by teens in our community to engage in STEAM-related topics delivered by local experts in the field.
A typical Delaware Teen Science Café may consist of food, collaboration, special guest speakers, activities, and more. This program is specifically designed for grades 7-12.
The next Delaware Teen Science Café is Friday, February 9. More information coming soon.
Behind the Brushstrokes
Friday, November 3 | 6-8:30 p.m.
Explore the fascinating world of art conservation and the techniques and tools used by conservators. From delicate cleaning and restoration processes to making your own natural pigments, you’ll uncover the artful science behind the restoration of masterpieces. Join us to unlock the mysteries hidden within the strokes of famous artworks and discover the science behind art conservation!
Our speaker is Madeline Hagerman, Director, Undergraduate Art Conservation Program and Assistant Professor, University of Delaware.
Delaware Teen Science Café events are designed for teens, by teens, and are for participants in grades 7-12 only. Parents/adults are not eligible to attend. Thank you for understanding and respecting the unique space for teens that our program creates.
The Delaware Teen Science Café is sponsored by Incyte.
The Teen Leadership Team
The Teen Leadership Team is responsible for hosting the Delaware Teen Science Cafés. Teen Leadership Team members select the Café topics and prepare presenters, advertise and draw other teens to the Cafés, and assist in the planning and implementation of activities related to the Cafés.
The Teen Science Café Network
The Delaware Teen Science Café is part of the Teen Science Café Network. Teen Science Cafés are out-of-school programs are a free, fun way for teens to explore the big advances in science and technology affecting their lives. Teens and STEM experts engage in lively conversations and activities to explore a topic deeply.