Kansas University will be host to its 14th annual Carnival of Chemistry from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday in Malott Hall.
The event is designed for elementary school children but is open and free to the public. Participants can make slime, visit a popcorn room, hear explosions, operate solar panels and more. A Chemistry in Sports exhibit will return, examining the chemistry of athletic equipment like shock-absorbing sneakers and high-tech Olympic swimsuits.
The carnival is sponsored by the Wakarusa Valley Local Section of the American Chemical Society, the KU Chem Club, the KU Society of Physics Students and the KU Department of Chemistry.