Anyone interested in watching the fastest five-ball juggler in the world, meet a former astronaut, ride a Segway or gain a better understanding of robots and volcanoes is invited to attend Boise State University's annual science fair on Feb. 4.
The Engineering and Science Festival is free and offers “interactive science shows aimed at all ages" in five campus locations: the Engineering Complex, Student Union Building, Kinesiology Building (old gym), Environmental Research Building and Albertsons Library MakerLab.
Steve Swanson, a former astronaut and now a distinguished educator at the university, will be on hand to meet space lovers, and everyone can take part in interactive activities and demonstrations.
Attendees may park for free in the Lincoln Garage or request bus passes by calling 208-258-2702.
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