Ice Cream Science

Presented by Science for Georgia

We all scream for ice cream! But have you ever really thought about what it is? A liquid? A solid? A glass? Ice cream has more in common with toothpaste, froth, and glass than you might expect. Join physicists Daniel Sussman and Michael Czajkowski for an exploration of the physics of disordered solids, and answers to the questions you never knew to ask about ice cream. ​We promise the only brain freeze will come from the ice cream, not from the science!

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Getting There

Parking Info

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Alternative Transportation

Take MARTA to the Decatur Station stop.

Date and Time

Saturday, March 19th, 2022
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Outdoor Event

Decatur Square Bandstand
509 N McDonough St
Decatur, GA 30030


Adults, Families, High School, Middle School, Elem. School


Price: $5

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Chemistry, Food & Drink, Physics
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COVID Considerations

This event is outdoors. Masks are not required if you are able to maintain social distance of at least 6 feet from others not in your party. However, masks are strongly recommended when participating in sustained interaction near others.
As with all ASF events, we ask you to take care of yourself and your community. Stay home if you feel ill, get vaccinated and mask up when in close proximity to others!