Join us in the park for a physically-distanced, in person program great for kids ages 2 - 9! Includes story time, a science kit experiment and a craft. Bring a blanket for your family to sit on.
How is thunder formed? Why is the sky blue? In this new series, we explore all of YOUR ‘How Come?’ questions as they relate to STEM.
Check out this week's program here.
We're interviewing STEM professionals! We'll post them online, and here afterwards.
Interview with Olivia Jakabosky, MSU Conservation & Biology majorInterview with Danae Giannetti, Civil Engineer at MSUInterview with Marissa Hondros, Cell and Molecular BiologistInterview with Libby Mohr, Stream Biogeochemistry & Ecology PhD candidate, MSU Interview with Ryan Galloway, Optic Scientist for AuroraInterview with Sara Mines, Quality Manager for Ascent Vision TechnologiesInterview with Ashley Olsen, Production Manager at Aurora InnovationInterview with Madison Myers, Assistant Professor of Earth Science at MSUInterview with Jen Muller, Global Sales Operations Manager, Suez Water TechnologiesInterview with Katrina Lyon, Microbiology and Immunology Research Assistant at MSUInterview with Mary Hubbard, Geology Professor, MSUInterview with Dr. Robert Peterson, Professor of Etymology at MSUInterview with Dr. Stephanie McCalla, Assistant Professor of Chemical & Biological Engineering at MSUInterview with Michelle Hertel, President & co-founder of Pocket NC
Log into our closed Minecraft Server and play from your couch! Just like Open Lab in the STEAMlab - while you're at home.
To join us, click here.
Make this summer a scientific one! Follow the link below to earn points toward a FREE Montana Science Center patch and 1 Free Admission Pass valid for when we re-open!