UNLEASH YOUR CURIOSITY AT THE WISCONSIN SCIENCE FESTIVAL, SEPTEMBER 26th THROUGH 29th! EXPLORE FOSSILS TO FOOTBALL, BUGS TO BRATS – AND MORE! VISIT WISCONSINSCIENCEFESTIVAL.ORG
The Wisconsin Science Festival starts September 26 with four jam-packed days, inviting people of all ages and interests to unleash their curiosity. Anchored in Madison, with events also taking place in more than 20 sites across Wisconsin, the third year of this annual festival promises to be the biggest and most exciting yet.
The festival charges no admission to most events and offers a robust mix of interesting people, music, art, food, explosions and hands-on demonstrations that bring the wonders of science to life. Returning crowd favorites include the physics of football, Bassam Shakhashiri's Science is Fun and a dozen activities exploring the science of food and drink. This year's festival features keynote presentations by such household names as National Public Radio's Ira Flatow, Nobel laureate Roald Hoffmann, artist Vivian Torrence, evolutionary biologist and author Sean Carroll and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Deborah Blum.