In celebration of the Nebraska Science Festival, Raising Nebraska and Nebraska Extension are hosting an Ag Science Expo today.
The event offers and afternoon engaging and interacting with science, including new technology and challenges up close while solving problems.
"3-D Sand" - Understand topgraphy maps by playing in the sand.
"Nutrients for Soil" - Discover the nutrients that let plants grow.
"Electric Flower" - Build a circuit to make your flower grow.
"Print Your Fix" - Design and print your solution to a problem.
Interested participants may register families or entire youth clubs - 4-H, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, etc. - online at go.unl.edu/agscienceexpo.
Pre-registration is preferred by Friday, April 21, but walk-ins are welcome.
Children of all ages are welcome. The event is free and open to the public.
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