Posted April 3rd, 2012 in News
The University of Wisconsin-Madison will be hosting their 10th annual UW Madison Science Expeditions on Saturday, April 14. Adults, students, and families are all welcome to participate in the day’s events, which offer a variety of exhibitions, demonstrations, and hands-on learning opportunities for all ages.
Several Exploration Stations will each offer unique subjects for learning and discovery, from glowing bacteria that share the water with squids, to the flow properties of chocolate (sure to be a favorite station for everyone in attendance), to some hands-on time with common and uncommon reptiles and amphibians.
Additionally, several Science Spectaculars including videos and presentations will cover topics from dinosaur discoveries to the solar system.
Visit the website for complete details and schedule, and if you’re in Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, April 14, plan to stop by for a day filled with lots of learning activities.