Event Update Join us Friday, Septemberl 15th for Johan du Toit's presentation in ESLC 130
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Science Unwrapped connects learners with teachers, and people to new ideas.
Each semester, the series of Science Unwrapped lectures are focus on one BIG IDEA that is important in the scientific community.
After the main lecture, there are tons of interesting and engaging activities outside the lecture hall for future scientists to enjoy and experience the world of exploration.
What Is Science Unwrapped?
Established in 2009, Science Unwrapped is a free, monthly presentation series, open to the public, hosted by Utah State University's College of Science. Inquiring minds of all ages are invited to learn about the wonders, the joys, the mishaps, the fun, the unexpected detours and the excitement of scientific discovery.
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We hope you'll join us for this exciting journey of discovery!
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