UW-Superior Hosts Annual Science Fair

Created: April 14, 2018 10:57 PM

SUPERIOR - The University of Wisconsin Superior hosted their annual Science Fair on Saturday. It gave kids a chance to learn all about different sciences with different experiments and activities.

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"We're just looking to outreach to the community, show kids that science can be fun, interactive, and understandable," said Jessica Buelow, Students of Science Co. President.

The Superior Police and Fire Departments had drones, robots, and other sorts of technology. There was also a chemistry show. All of the exhibits were meant to teach kids more about the different sciences in a fun and interactive way.

"I think it's really important because I think kids are so used to the idea that science is boring or scary or lame or anything like that, and so we're bringing science down to their level, and showing them that it can be fun," said Buelow.



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