The Flagstaff Festival of Science is a free, 10-day season in science occurring each year at the end of September in Flagstaff, Ariz. More than 100 activities include signature events such as the Shoemaker Keynote Presentation with world-class explorers, inventors and scientists, the Flagstaff Star Party, Science in the Park, After School Talks, Twilight Talks and SCI Talks (Science, Communication, Innovation Talks). Other activities include: open houses at museums, observatories, research stations, and state and national parks; guided hikes and field trips to archaeological sites, Apollo mission training grounds, volcanic cinder cones and lava river caves, Sedona Red Rocks, and sustainable buildings; and hands-on events including the Fantastic Voyage kid-size health fair, Northern Arizona University’s Science and Engineering Day, Early Childhood activities and After School Workshops.
Flagstaff, AZ, United States. 09.21.2018 - 09.30.2018
Science In Vivo Informational conference Call
Call for Applications Deadline: Science In Vivo
IPSEC 2018: The Science Events Summit