Where’s DENSI? It’s here.

The guessing game continues, but now you get two clues a day. Keep up the work, we’ll announce soon.

Beach towels and flip flops are required as we’ll spend evenings listening to the aqua waters crash into the sandy shore.


Turbulent waters gave rise to America’s Top Young Scientist Hannah Herbst’s project that derives energy from such movement.  Hear Hannah discuss her journey live on Tuesday, March 8th at 1PM ET.   We’ll be live at Hannah’s school where your students can ask questions and learn all about the 3M Young Scientist Challenge.

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  1. Andy Losik said:

    Chicago! Lake Michigan,

    Previous clues: Gehry designed the band shell in Millennium Park and a pedestrian bridge.

    Art on the prowl: Chicago Art Institute has two iconic lions out in front

    State of raising Bridges and reverse: Lots of bridges and river runs in reverse.

  2. Di Anne Galm said:

    LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA The pedestrian-friendly campus, free shuttle system to the beach.
    SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA one of the most beautiful cities in the United States, but also get to spend their class time surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on three sides
    MALIBU, CALIFORNIA students spend their free time at nearby Zuma Beach , while from the campus itself, students can enjoy spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, the Channel Islands, and the city of Los Angeles.
    The City of Angeles is my guess.

    • Di Anne Galm said:

      One of the few universities in the United States with its own beach, the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) is bordered on three sides by the Pacific Ocean and also has its lagoon. Would be an interesting choice and provide the setting for flip-flops and beach towels.

  3. Susan Turner said:

    California as Gehry’s music plays at the Disney Symphony Hall. Famous artists are all now at LA Convention Center…so UCLA? CAL State? Flip Flops easy to wear at night on the beach at Santa Monica Pier or Venice Beach.

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