Learn with scientists! Find digital and in-person programs, events, and opportunities for children, students, youths, teachers, and adults to explore science. Programs include the annual Wisconsin Science Festival, the Rural Summer Science Camp, the Summer Science Workshop Series and more.
The Morgridge Institute inspires and engages society. We support children, students, families, adults, educators, teachers, scientists and researchers through programming, events, teaching materials, professional development, training, and much more.
Here you can learn more about the curiosity-sparking programs for children, youth, students, and adults. These programs are available in-person here in Madison, Wis., at the beautiful Discovery Building, but many others are available in new digital platforms or are hosted at schools, community centers, libraries, and museums throughout Wisconsin and beyond.
The Morgridge Institute also promotes engagement among scientists. We help researchers and trainees grow as experts, mentors, communicators, and members of society through professional development, fellowships, workshops and conferences.
Educators and teachers will find reliable, relevant and accurate instructional materials on rapidly-advancing biomedical topics. These easy-to-access information guides and resources can be easily incorporated into existing science curriculums.