Due to the great success of the first ever MSU Science Festival, Michigan State University will hold its second annual event on campus in East Lansing April 1-6, 2014! The MSU Science Festival is a celebration of how science is used every day in the lives of those young and old.
This six-day celebration will highlight several events, all of which are free and open the public. The MSU Science Festival is a great activity for families with children of all ages to enjoy together. Popular events from 2013 such as Butterflies in the Garden, and tours of the Recycling Center and Cyclotron, will return this year. New events will include Vet-A-Visit and a Nature Discovery drop-in area. The wide range of events and topics will certainly entertain the interests of science enthusiasts of all ages! Weekday evenings will feature events such as discussion panels, demonstrations, and night sky observations. The weekend will feature the expo area, which will consist of hands-on, interactive activities for all.
Celebrate your curiosity and see science come to life in the East Lansing Community at the MSU Science Festival this April! For more information about science festivals and the full schedule of events, visit the MSU Science Festival website.