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19th Annual Doctor’s Day @ Science Central, Fort Wayne

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SATURDAY, MARCH 7th. 10am-2pm Doctor’s Day – 19th Annual! “The Doctor will be In.”   Meeting health professionals and learning about medical and health issues in a fun and friendly environment will be the… Continue reading

FTC Indiana State Championship – Robotics Competition @ Lafayette, IN

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2015 Location: Tecumseh Junior High School, Lafayette, IN 47905 Start Time: 8:00 am End Time: 6:00 pm Event Contact: Lori Hall, FTC affiliate partner Event Information: Come out and see… Continue reading

Indiana Astronomical Society General Meeting, Public Lecture

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, 7pm Holcomb Observatory, Butler University Topic: TBA

Free Teen Night at WonderLab in Bloomington: Zombies!

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Location: WonderLab Museum Date: January 23, 2015 Time: 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Members: Free Nonmembers: Free Audience: Teens It’s a teen takeover of the museum with free admission, free food, special zombie–themed… Continue reading

Free Admission to Fun Science on MLK Day

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A number of organizations in central Indiana offer special discounts and events on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday January 19th.   INDIANAPOLIS: The Children’s Museum: Free Admission All Day State Museum: Free… Continue reading

“Classical Archeology of Ancient Greece & Rome” Recorded Lecture @ Center for Inquiry

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  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 7PM AT THE CENTER FOR INQUIRY “Classical Archaeology of Ancient Greece and Rome–Tuesday, November 25, 7:00 pm, Center for Inquiry-Indiana, 350 Canal Walk, Suite A, Indianapolis. Taped lectures by… Continue reading

Why Should Non-Scientists Care About Science?

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH, 4:30-5:30, IUPUI CAMPUS CENTER, RM 268 The School of Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series Victoria Rogers, Philosophy Why Should Non-Scientists Care About Science? What role can non-science disciplines play in… Continue reading

Mission Update: Rosetta Mission – Public Lecture @ Link Observatory

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THE ROSETTA MISSION – LANDING ON A COMET! NOV 15TH, 7PM Where: Indiana University Goethe Link, N Observatory Ln, Martinsville, IN, United States Mission Update: The Rosetta Mission – Landing on a Comet!… Continue reading

Science with a Twist @ City Market

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 6:30-8:30 TOPIC: PREPARING FOR DISEASE OUTBREAKS: Infectious diseases have impacted Indiana throughout history. Discover what these impacts were, how they were handled and how the medical field is prepared to… Continue reading

Carl Sagan’s Cosmos Marathon @ the Center for Inquiry, Nov 8th

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CONTINUOUS SHOWING OF CARL SAGAN’S COSMOS, COME AND GO AS YOU LIKE, 1pm-11pm Cosmos Marathon–Saturday, November 8, 1:00-11:00 pm Center for Inquiry-Indiana, 350 Canal Walk, Suite A, Indianapolis. Continuous showing of the original… Continue reading

Indiana Astronomical Society Public Lecture @ Holcomb Observatory Nov 8th

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7PM, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8TH CHECK OUT THE OBSERVATORY AT BUTLER UNIVERSITY & ENJOY A PUBLIC LECTURE FROM THE IAS Feature Presentation: All About Time by Bruce Bowman Holcomb Observatory will be open for… Continue reading

IU Science Fest – Bloomington Campus

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25th – HANDS-ON SCIENCE FUN “Get ready for a day of hands-on educational fun! Earthquake Simulator, Physics for Fun demonstration, Chemistry Magic Show, and tours of Kirkwood Observatory and Jordan Hall… Continue reading

Free Admission for Indiana College Students

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EVERY SUNDAY IN SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER: Free admission to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis for all Indiana College students with active student ID. Click on the image for more information.

Celebrate Science Indiana, October 4th

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FUN FOR ALL AGES: Celebrate Science Indiana is a once a year event. Join in the fun on Saturday October 4th, from 10am – 5pm. Click on the image to learn more. From… Continue reading

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