Children Learn How Local Businesses Use Science at Expo - WBAY

Children Learn How Local Businesses Use Science at Expo

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Thousands of children and their parents got a hand-on look at how area businesses use science.

More than 60 exhibitors filled Shopko Hall in Ashwaubenon Saturday for the Einstein Project Science Expo.

Kids were given the chance to test robots, hold snakes, even gaze into telescopes and microscopes.

"All of that is hands on things that they learn from, but it's not coming out of a book," says Katy Compton, Einstein Project Special Events Coordinator. "It's a bit more exciting. It's something they're going to take home with them."

More than 200 kids also showed off their own science projects at the expo.

The Einstein Project is a non-profit that brings science into area schools.

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