Kansas Science Festival Returns to Manhattan on April 27


The Kansas Science Festival is returning to Downtown Manhattan on Saturday, April 27. Researchers and other experts in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) from across Kansas will share about their work and provide family friendly activities.

Organizations leading STEAM activities throughout the day include:

Agriculture Education Club at K-State
BioKansas Innovation Festival
Ecology Club at K-State
Engineers without Borders
Flint Hills Discovery Center
Hale Library
Histochemical Society with Foldscope Instruments
Johnson Cancer Research Center
Kansas Children’s Discovery Center
Kodo Kids
Lafayette Lodge #16 – MCA Health Screenings
Manhattan Arts Center
MHK Drift Karts
MHK Play Studios
Milford Nature Center
Mobile Vet Clinic from K-State College of Vet Med
National Bio & Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF)
Popenoe Entomology Club at K-State
Sunset Zoo
US Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Various Departments/Divisions from K-State

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