This weekend, September 22-25, is a great time to come to campus and learn about science! The Wisconsin Science Festival is taking place primarily at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery's Town Center, as well as a variety of other locations.
Events include glass blowing, soldering and electronics kit building, a food science demonstration, and more! While you're on campus, don't forget to visit the Geology Museum or go star gazing at Washburn Observatory. Events are numerous, with programs for children as well as adults. Click here to view a full program. The Water Library's own Anne Moser will be staffing an "Ask a Science Librarian" table, so don't hesitate to come ready with questions!
The festival is presented by UW Madison, the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, and is free and open to the public.