The Curieus program comprises of weekly after-school sessions where young students and our mentors explore science together through hands-on activities and experiments. By designing a curriculum that fosters the creation and sharing of ideas, we compel students in this prime stage of their educational careers to develop a passion for not only STEM, but also for learning and critical thinking as a whole. In particular, our program is unique in its focus on building connections between elementary school students and highly-motivated, supportive high schoolers in order to make science as fun and exciting as possible, while also developing essential skills in collaboration, communication, and confidence.
How do we launch things and people beyond Earth?
Investigate Newton's Laws of Motion and how we use them to explore space by building and launching your own bottle rocket
Wonders of the Human Brain
The human brain has unlimited potential.
Learn about its structure and how it constantly develops through a brain model and activities that test your perception!
Everything around us is made of matter.
Explore the properties of matter and non-Newtonian fluids by making your own slime!
Whodunnit? Color Detective
How are vibrant colors made?
Learn about the chemistry of color by separating colored molecules in ink to solve the mystery at hand!
How can we get a solution cold enough to freeze?
Explore the science behind food and the states of matter with a tasty experiment: homemade ice cream
Light Up Your Creativity
All the cameras, phones, computers, and other electronic devices we use today are based on circuits.
Explore electricity by making your own circuits and adding light to your artwork!
How Do Computers Work?
Computers perform operations at amazing speed and accuracy, shaping the society we live in today
Explore how they accomplish these tasks by disassembling one and looking inside!
Coding is the language of the future.
Learn coding basics and create your first game using Scratch!