Learning Among Brilliant Scientists (LABS) students gain access to new knowledge and are introduced to the skills needed to be a successful scientific researcher through workshops that include a seminar and hands-on learning experience.
LABS develops the whole child by:
“LABS engages students early on in unique research topics. I was so impressed by these students’ intuition for science. They expressed a lot of insightful observations about the topic. This is the type of experience I wish I had had as a young student.”
– LABS Speaker
Sewer Science is a wastewater treatment laboratory for high school science students. In this award-winning program, students create simulated wastewater; clean it through a series of physical, chemical, and biological treatment processes; and test it for various water quality parameters. The program not only teaches how wastewater is treated but also links science and technology to environmental impacts and issues. The materials for this LABS series will be provided by the LA County Sanitation Districts (LACSD).
|Date||January 9, 10 & 11 (Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday)|
|Time||3:30 PM to 5:00 PM|
|Tuition||$150 for three 90-minute sessions|
|Location||In-Person ONLY at IEA Learning Center
540 S. Marengo Avenue
Pasadena, CA, 91101