"...isn’t just for kids, but the event, now three years old, features plenty of hands-on exhibitions designed to capture a child’s attention. “Kids are all natural-born scientists,’’ says MIT Museum director John Durant, who oversees the festival. “They’re curious, and curiosity is the fundamental driver of science.’’ This year’s festival, which runs April 24 through May 2, kicks off with a daylong Carnival in tents outside the Cambridge Public Library. There will be 89 booths with science demonstrations, including many activities of particular interest to children."Every child is born naturally curious -- let's help them stay that way into adulthood!
11 April 2010
Natural-Born Scientists ~ Kids @ Cambridge Fest!
Geoff Edgers writes today in the Globe about the Cambridge Science Festival that it...
Posted by Joost Bonsen at 08:35
Labels: Cambridge, Cool, Education, Engineers, Innovation, Inspiration, Invention, Kids, MIT, Science
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