OGDEN — Weber State University is hosting the second annual Physics Open House on Friday.
The event, which is free and open to all ages, will feature presentations and demonstrations conducted by WSU physics professors, including information on black holes, glowing pickles, floating soap and the mysteries of hot chocolate.
A "Circus of Physics" will feature levitating billiard balls and disappearing test tubes in addition to the aforementioned pickles and soap.
"Science is full of amazing discoveries," said John Armstrong, WSU assistant professor of physics. "We want to share the magic of science with the community and perhaps spark a lifelong sense of curiosity in a new generation of scientists."
The open house will be 6 to 10 p.m. at the Lind Lecture Hall at WSU's Ogden campus.