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Library Lab: STEMfest

Saturday, February 22 | 2:00 pm

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UM spotlight scientists will share the latest research at hands-on stations kids and families can explore. Scientists are part of the U-M Museum of Natural History’s Science Communication Fellows program, bringing scientists and the public face-to-face.

Aging in the digital age: How we experience technology across the life course with Jess Francis, Institute for Social Research

Beneficial viruses? How viruses can be used to treat drinking water with Bridget Hegarty, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Alzheimer’s disease: what happens in the brain? with Justine Lempart, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

What ancient animals ate and why we care with Alexandra Norwood, Department of Anthropology

More than honey(bees) with Chatura Vaidya, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Enzymes: the nanomachines of the body with Catherine Wilhelm, Department of Chemistry

Hungry, hungry microglia with Caitlin Poscillico, Department of Psychology

Feces pieces: what animal poop tells us about diet and digestion with Ben Finkel, Department of Anthropology

The amazing brain with Julia Gerson, Department of Neurology

So much DNA, so little space with Gyorgyi Csankovszki, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

How diet affects tooth shape with Elliot Greiner, Department of Anthropology

Alex Hrabski, Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering



Saturday, February 22
2:00 pm
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5577 Whittaker Road
Ypsilanti, MI 48197 United States


No Registration Needed!
For more information call:
734 482-4110 x1340
Community Meeting Room