The UNM Department of Physics and Astronomy hosts its annual Spring Lecture Demonstration Show, a free outreach event for high school students and their families, on Wednesday, April 5 at 7 p.m. in Regener Hall on UNM's main campus. The public is invited and all are welcome to attend. The show will feature live physics demonstrations put on by members of UNM's Society of Physics Students and faculty, illustrating basic physics principles in mechanics, optics, and electricity and magnetism. Demonstrations will include the giant Newton's Cradle, Bernoulli's Principle, a Human Gyroscope, the Rocket Car, Optical Fibers, Laser Interference, the Tesla Coil and Implosion.

The event is hosted by the Students for Physics Society, and Faculty and Staff of the UNM Physics and Astronomy Department.