Join the Niels Bohr Library & Archives and Center for History of Physics on October 29th for a very un-Bohring night of virtual trivia! October is National Archives Month, and what better way to celebrate than to spend a few hours with our staff, showing off your library, archives, and science history knowledge to your friends, both near and far. All levels of participants are welcome — in-depth knowledge of science and archives is not a requirement!
Grab 1-3 friends (teams are limited to 4 people), come up with a team name, and join us from 6–8pm EDT on Thursday, October 29, 2020. We’ll be playing on Zoom, and all members of your team will need to preregister at the link below to have access to the Zoom link. During the game, team members will be able to discuss answers to questions in a Zoom breakout room. Signing up solo? No problem! Let us know on the registration form if you’d like to play as a 1-person team or if you’d like us to add you to a team.
Hint: Some of the answers to trivia questions can be found on our blog, Ex Libris Universum. Check it out before the game!
This is a free event, but spots are limited.
If you have any questions about this event, please email us at nbl [at] aip.org.
The Niels Bohr Library & Archives and the Center for History of Physics at AIP preserves and makes known the history of the physical sciences. Consider checking out our Ex Libris Universum blog, or subscribing to our Photos of the Month emails or our History Newsletter!