Nano Day at Fernbank part of Atlanta Science Festival

Posted by Dena Mellick March 10, 2016
From www.facebook.com/fernbankcenter

From www.facebook.com/fernbankcenter

The Fernbank Science Center is kicking off the Atlanta Science Festival with Nano Day.

The free event takes place on Saturday, Mar. 19 from noon until 3 p.m. at the science center.

Nano Day is geared toward ages 5 and up and will feature live presentations and hands-on displays all focused on advances in nanoscience. The center says there will also be a chemical magic show, games, and a nano-themed story time.

The Atlanta Science Festival takes place Mar. 19-26. The website says it’s “an annual public celebration of local science and technology” and was founded by Emory University, Georgia Tech, and the Metro Atlanta Chamber.

A calendar of events for the festival can be found online. Some are free while others require admission and/or advanced registration. Events include a bird walk, a robot showcase, and a bicycle scavenger hunt to name a few. The festival says there are more than 100 events each year since the inaugural festival in 2014.

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