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New partnership will help fuel the next generation of scientists and explorers

An ambitious new partnership in Wisconsin will create, connect, and activate world-class content creators in science, instruction and media with teachers and learners across the state and the nation.

Summer science camp expands opportunities for Wisconsin’s rural schools

The Rural Summer Science Camp has seen more than 500 rural high school students and teachers since its inception in 2007. Campers learn about stem cell science, medical engineering, epigenetics, bioinformatics and more while engaging with and immersing themselves in the work of active researchers at the Morgridge Institute for Research and UW-Madison.

Best of the Fest: 2018 Wisconsin Science Festival in photos

We’ve collected some of our favorite moments from the 2018 Wisconsin Science Festival. Vote for your favorite photo and be entered to win some Morgridge prizes!

Lunchroom leftovers make for an ‘eye-opening’ science project

This year the Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers and the Wisconsin Science Festival are partnering on a Statewide Science Challenge open to all K-12 schools. The 2018 challenge is called “Lunchroom Leftovers” and student teams are conducting detailed analyses of food waste in their school cafeterias.

Explore more than 200 events statewide at the Wisconsin Science Festival

From food science and viruses to data visualization and climate change, there’s something for everyone at the 2018 Wisconsin Science Festival (WSF), held this year from Oct. 11-14.

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