Science The Earth's community driven research project on cave dwelling microorganisms is now featured on the Channel 5 documentary titled Escaping The Grand Canyon with Nick Knowles. With the permission of Viacom, Science the Earth has made the entirety of the segment featuring the discussion on cave microbiology free to the public. The research discussed during the program was published by Ray Keeler and Brad Lusk in the Journal of Cave and Karst Studies - the official journal of the National Speleological Society.
2023 Surprise, AZ SciTech Festival
Looking for a fun activity for the family?!? Check out Surprise, AZ's SciTech Festival on Sat, Nov 18, 2023 from 10:00AM- 2:00PM! This educational event features interactive science, technology, engineering, art and math exhibits and demonstrations. Science enthusiasts of all ages can engage with robotics presentations and fun experiments!
Mark Coronado Park
15850 N Bullard Ave
Surprise, AZ 85374-8842
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