Aubrey Tyler-Pannell, 4, smiles as her mother Liz pours "gloop" into her hands during Turlock Public Library's science camp Monday, June 16, 2014. The cornstarch and water "gloop" is known as a "non-Newtonian fluid" and by applying different kinds of pressure the viscosity of the "gloop" is changed. As part of the library's summer reading program children will be able to have hands-on experiences with scientific concepts. Before making "gloop" the children listened to a reading of the book "The Secret Science Project that Almost Ate the School" by Judy Sierra.
Aubrey Tyler-Pannell, 4, smiles as her mother Liz pours "gloop" into her hands during Turlock Public Library's science camp Monday, June 16, 2014. The cornstarch and water "gloop" is known as a "non-Newtonian fluid" and by applying different kinds of pressure the viscosity of the "gloop" is changed. As part of the library's summer reading program children will be able to have hands-on experiences with scientific concepts. Before making "gloop" the children listened to a reading of the book "The Secret Science Project that Almost Ate the School" by Judy Sierra. Modesto Bee
Aubrey Tyler-Pannell, 4, smiles as her mother Liz pours "gloop" into her hands during Turlock Public Library's science camp Monday, June 16, 2014. The cornstarch and water "gloop" is known as a "non-Newtonian fluid" and by applying different kinds of pressure the viscosity of the "gloop" is changed. As part of the library's summer reading program children will be able to have hands-on experiences with scientific concepts. Before making "gloop" the children listened to a reading of the book "The Secret Science Project that Almost Ate the School" by Judy Sierra. Modesto Bee

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June 16, 2014 4:50 PM

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