Teens and Tech is an after hours event at McWane Science Center for students 6th-12th grade. Each Teens and Tech night focuses on a single topic that is related to science, technology, engineering and/or mathematics.
Mystery at the Museum– Join us on a mysterious adventure at McWane Science Center, where we will interrogate the suspects, collect clues and uncover the secret of Dr. X! Learn about DNA analysis, forensic science careers, and crime-solving methods as we solve the mystery!
There will also be a special presentation by Dr. Elizabeth Gardner from the UAB Department of Criminal Justice
This event is FREE for any 6th – 12th graders to attend. Games, fun and food will be provided!
Younger siblings may not attend. Seating is limited. To reserve a spot, please contact our Reservations Department at (205) 714-8414.
Our parking deck will be open for pick up and drop off. You may enter the special events entrance on level C.
The goals of “Teens and Tech” are to (1) engage teens in hands-on, technology-based learning experiences, (2) help them develop 21st Century Learning Skills (critical thinking, collaboration, creative problem solving) and (3) give them the opportunity to learn and practice technology-based skills.