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Science of the Hunger Games: Plant Identification

Junior Academy of Science Featured Speaker: Catrina Adams, Ph.D., Education Technology Coordinator, Botanical Society of America and Ethnobotanist This event is full. Accepting WAIT LIST registrations below. Lost in the forest without food or provisions? Trying to live in a post apocalyptic world? Could you survive on your plant knowledge? Don't get caught unprepared! Expand […]

How to Make a Jabberjay: A Discussion on Real-Life Genetic Engineering Technologies

Junior Academy of Science This event is FULL as of Tuesday, November 5, 2013. We are accepting WAIT LIST registrants below. Featured Speaker: Kevin Gamber, Ph.D., Director, Marketing and Business Development, SAGE Labs What would you create if you had the tools for genetic engineering? In this interactive discussion on engineering genes, you'll learn how […]

WOW! That’s Engineering – Engineering Olympics – workshop for girls, parents and educators!

Saint Louis University, Bolieau Hall

The Society of Women Engineers at Saint Louis University is proud to announce that they will be hosting WOW! That's Engineering! on Saturday, April 12th. Girls in 6th-8th grade will experience the creativity and innovation of engineering, participate in hands-on engineering activities, meet professional and collegiate women engineers, and hear about the exciting career opportunities available in this field!

Free

Garden Pollinators and Pests: Insect Scavenger Hunt

St. Louis County Library - Cliff Cave Branch 5430 Telegraph Rd., St. Louis, MO

Featured Speaker: Mark Paradise, Research Entomologist, Monsanto Company and Phil Koenig, Lepidopterist, and Missouri coordinator for “Butterflies and Moths of North America” database, www.butterfliesandmoths.org Work with real entomologists (insect scientists) in this mini-BioBlitz to discover beneficial and pesty insects in the library's backyard. FREE and OPEN to Junior Academy of Science Members and middle & […]

Free