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2020 UNC Science Expo

Science demonstration at 2019 UNC SciExpo

Join us for the 2020 UNC Science Expo on Saturday, April 4th, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. This annual celebration of science features over 100 hands-on, tabletop activities and science demonstrations lead by STEM students, researchers, and practitioners from UNC-Chapel Hill and the Town of Chapel Hill.

The UNC Science Expo is yencefre sour chance to get up close and personal with cutting edge science at UNC Chapel Hill – come take a look at insects under an electron microscope, make your own ice cream, learn about the physics of sports and so much more!  And if you need to take a break, grab a bite to eat at our food trucks and sit down to enjoy one of our science demonstrations on the Solar Stage. You won’t want to miss our attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the Galileo Cannon!

Check out Morehead’s website for additional details about this year’s event.

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