Unleash your inner scientist at UNCG’s second annual Science Everywhere festival, on Saturday, April 22, from 12-4 p.m.
Children and youth of all ages will be able to explore more than 70 exhibits and dozens of hands-on activities across UNCG’s campus. Young scientists can enjoy a show in the planetarium, use ground penetrating radar to see what lies beneath their feet, make a DNA necklace, geocache across campus, launch paper rockets and build with a life-size tinker set. The Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering’s Nanobus will make an appearance, as well as live K-9s, reptiles and amphibians.
An official North Carolina Science Festival event, Science Everywhere is hosted by UNCG’s Research and Instruction in STEM Education (RISE) Network and the School of Education.
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