A robot zoo, carbonated fruit, and virtual reality simulations are just a handful of experiences to be had at the 2015 Wisconsin Science Festival, held this year from Oct. 22-25.
Now in its ninth year, the Rural Summer Science Camp brings teachers and high school students from rural Wisconsin communities to Madison to learn about advances in stem cell science and careers in research. A large emphasis is placed on hands-on, experiential learning. Campers aren’t just hearing about science– they’re doing science.
Beginning Monday, May 4, the Morgridge Institute has launched a partnership with the Wisconsin State Journal called “Blue Sky Science,” which will feature weekly video Q&As from Discovery Outreach participants on cool science topics.
Intuition tells us that the more factual information one gathers on a controversial topic, the more likely one will reach the “correct” conclusion.
The Wisconsin Science Festival engaged thousands over four days of science-driven programming. With partners participating in almost 30 communities across Wisconsin, the statewide event has become a celebration of creativity and scientific discovery for audiences of all ages.