Our Learning Labs are fun, collaborative, and hands-on. They’re a great way to get teams creating together towards a common goal.
Physics of Roller Coasters: Discover the science and engineering behind thrill rides. Explore kinetic and potential energy, friction, and the engineering process by designing and prototyping your own roller coasters. How steep can you make that drop before disaster ensues?
Pricing and Capacity
$750 for 35 guests. Additional fees may apply for larger groups.
Bring your team together with a common purpose to benefit others. We partner with the following organizations for these team-building activities:
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Build hands for amputees in over 80 countries. Odyssey Teams ship supplies to participants who gather on their favorite virtual platforms and experience the same power in this CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and business simulation.
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Life Cycles™ is a team-building program that centers on the influence and impact anyone can have by collaborating for the good of others. Facilitated by Odyssey Teams, your team will build bikes for deserving children while experiencing firsthand how their actions directly impact their clients and coworkers.
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Solve for Earth Culinary Competition
Are you up to creating a dish that’s beautiful AND good for the planet? In partnership with Tony Caters, our culinary competition challenges you to do just that! We’ll provide ingredients, and you’ll work in teams to create the most environmentally friendly dish. Bonus points will be awarded for using human-powered machines instead of ones that draw electricity. You’ll get to try each other’s creations, and you might just learn a few tips for eco-friendly cooking.
Molecular Gastronomy Desserts
In this hands-on culinary workshop with Tony Caters, you’ll scratch the surface on the science of sweets. Freeze your own custard pops in a block of dry ice, create “pearls” of your favorite dessert toppings to serve on a luscious panna cotta, and learn a few other tricks to change your dessert ingredients from one form to another.