Art and Science Discussion: Thinking About Environmental Issues Through Art

Are you an artist, scientist, environmental activist or interested community member? Join us at the Art Lit Lab on Sunday, Oct. 16, from 2 to 4 p.m. for an informal discussion where participants will be able to meet each other, discuss their work, exchange ideas in relation to different environmental topics, and help to foster … Continued

Forward! To the Moon

The planetarium program at the UW-Stevens Point Science Building will include two parts. The first segment will be dedicated to the night sky of central Wisconsin in the fall. It will be followed by a fulldome production featuring the Artemis project. NASA’s 21st century Artemis program, named after the Greek moon goddess and twin of … Continued

STEMpowered Kids Free Day

The Building for Kids Children’s Museum will offer STEM programming throughout the Wisconsin Science Festival with an admission-free day on Sunday, October 16.

Artemis: America Returns to the Moon

Join NASA Solar System Ambassador Joyce Jentges at the Horwitz-DeRemer Planetarium for an informative talk on the various stages of the Artemis mission, which will return man, and the first woman, to the moon.

The Science of Wine – From Grape to Glass

Please join us at the Eliza Porter Photography Studio to find out how science, from chemistry and geology to physics and physiology, permeates every step of a wine’s journey from vineyard to wine glass. We will explore grape growing as a complex form of agriculture, the wine making process in which science now predominates over … Continued

Science By The River: A Wisconsin Rapids Science Festival

Science By The River is an interactive, STEM-focused experience for communities of Wisconsin Rapids and surrounding areas. This single day event features an educational walking trail along the Wisconsin Rapids River Walk and a tap talk series at B’s Taphouse. This effort is designed to increase interest in science-based education and discovery learning amongst families … Continued

Science of Photography – Playing with Light

Playing with light – exploring the science of photography from the pinhole camera to the smartphone in your back pocket, and how to create a dramatic portrait. In this session, Eliza Porter will present a brief historical overview of portrait photography, touch on the elements that produce a good photograph, and how to control these … Continued

The Chemistry Detectives

Professor Jennifer Dahl and Assistant Professor Deidra Gerlach, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry as well as UW Eau Claire students will host interactive demonstrations and dialogue focused on the chemistry of the products that you use in your daily life. Bring your questions and learn how the molecular scale work of chemists brings life to … Continued

Tea & Tech: Girls’ STEM Day

Tea & Tech at Mead Public Library is a day that connects girls ages 8 – 17 with female STEM mentors to inspire and educate the next generation of female professionals in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Planned in conjunction with both Ada Lovelace Day and the Wisconsin Science Festival, we offer … Continued

Snappy Science

Join the Cudahy Family Library for a day of fun experimenting with snap circuits!

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