Each day a one-hour class takes place. Here are the topics: Agent Undercover: From high-tech to low-tech, see how gizmos and gadgets are put to use to keep a close eye (or ear) on your subjects. Crime Lab: Got clues? Analyze clues and get hot on the trail of a culprit with the Crime Lab program. With the Spynoculars take home, students safely observe clues from afar. The build-your-own binoculars are used to test the limits of magnified observation and are a diverting way to use observational skills. Discover Detection: Step into the shoes of a detective. Students will create, collect and analyze evidence and discover what skills are necessary as a crime scene lab technician. Funky Forensics: Collect evidence to understand why forensic scientists like to see the complete picture before they make decisions. Junior Detectives: Are detectives really scientists in disguise? Discover what it takes to be a detective in this hands-on look at detective science. Using powers of observation and the Inspectikit, our young scientists will have all they need to get started on their detective adventure. Science of Security: Discover what it takes to keep things safe and how technology works in the spy world. Design and build a security system then try to penetrate your classmate's systems. Sleuths on the Scene: Suspects, schematics, and sleuths… oh my! Connect the dots using science to help solve a crime in this hands-on investigation at the science of sleuthing. Spy Academy: From edible messages and decoding clues, students will have the opportunity to check out the skills that spies have in this hands-on journey into the world of espionage. Whodunnit?: Want to know who did it? Learn how the pros do it through careful observation and evidence handling. Use the Case Stamper take-home to probe the science of tracking. No class on October 27th.