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University of Delaware chemical engineering student Victoria Muir, also known as the Delaware Museum of Natural History’s “Princess of Science,” will host a grown-up evening of wine, beer and hands-on science on May 18 from 6–8 p.m at STEM Night, part of the DMNH’s “Night at the Museum” series.
While you have to be 21+ to participate, the experiments are family-friendly, so you can go home and recreate them with your kids or pets or roommates (just don’t recreate them on your kids or pets or roommates).
The $30 ticket includes wine, beer, snacks and an experiment kit to take home.-30-
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