Event Update: Join us Friday, Jan. 26 th for “Nabokov’s Butterflies” with USU biologists Zach Gompert and Lauren Lucas in the Emert Auditorium (ESLC 130) of the Eccles Science Learning Center
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Each semester, Science Unwrapped lectures 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.
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