Virtual Science Literacy Night
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Join HMNS on January 21st for a Virtual Science Literacy Night!
During this unique evening event, your students will be treated to a live talk with HMNS entomologist Erin Mills on why bugs are cool and why science is important. Then you'll discover just how cool science really can be during a liquid nitrogen demonstration with a Museum Outreach presenter. Finally, get your brain and your body going with some at-home engineering challenges to try with your family.
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For this Virtual Science Literacy Night, students will be provided a link and password to the Zoom event as well as a basic supply list for the engineering challenges the day prior to the event via the email used during registration.
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