The Third Annual Wisconsin Science Festival kicks off this week Thursday, September 26 and runs through Sunday, September 29.
The festival offers a robust mix of interesting people, music, art, food, explosions and hands-on demonstrations that bring the wonders of science to life. The festival’s 100+ events are primarily based on the UW-Madison campus, but events will also take place in 21 other cities across the state. The goal of the festival is to inspire, educate and develop global citizens by raising awareness and understanding of science. It is produced by UW–Madison, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and Morgridge Institute for Research, with assistance from a number of other nonprofit organizations.
For more information and the event list, go here.