Ann Arbor Science & Skeptics: Scientists Fair 2013

Saturday May 25, 2013: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm -- Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room

Here's your chance to learn how scientists provide explanations about the world and universe! The Ann Arbor Science & Skeptics present their second annual Scientists Fair at AADL.

Scientists from the University of Michigan and other local institutions will explain the scientific concepts of the Big Bang theory, particle physics, climate change, nuclear power, and exploring Mars.

This event is for adults and teens (grade 9 and up).


Just a quick update, regarding the areas of science that will be covered. The topics of which there will be scientists/engineers with certain expertise are as followed: cosmology/particle physics (the Big Bang, dark energy, early universe formation), evolution (emphasis on marine biology), pioneering medicine (human cloning, disease modeling), solar system formation (where do organics come from?), geology (volcanoes, fracking), climate change (with emphasis on ocean modeling and glacial research), and nuclear power (learn about power plants, nuclear fuel, nuclear waste).

I wish I'd attended this