Several fascinated people crowding around a child carefully holding a human brain specimen
a juneteenth celebration of science

A Juneteenth celebration of science

Several fascinated people crowding around a child carefully holding a human brain specimen

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At far right, PhD student Ying Cao, with the Neuroscience Training Program in the School of Medicine and Public Health, helps a group of extended family members handle a human brain specimen at a UW Science Alliance outreach station. Clockwise from upper left are Olivia Dawson, Junior Smith, Shaunquette Clark, A’siah Hall and Kayani Carter.
Photo by: Jeff Miller

A child reaching to turn a tile in a wooden grid while a smiling adult watches

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Allison Bender, outreach coordinator at the Wisconsin Energy Institute, helps 5-year-old Ember D. explore a memory game with tiles featuring information about petroleum- versus plant-based products.
Photo by: Jeff Miller

Several children standing at a table with small components of a science experiment

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Children make “DNA bracelets” by connecting test tubes with sequences of colored water (representing ACGT bases for DNA). The activity was hosted by Irene Ong, associate director of the Carbone Cancer Center’s Cancer Informatics Shared Resource and an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology with a joint appointment in biostatistics and medical informatics.
Photo by: Jeff Miller

A metal windup toy with wheels, gears and a key

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Windup toys on a playful street map are pictured at a Badger Bots table, one of nearly a dozen UW Science Alliance outreach stations.
Photo by: Jeff Miller

Two college students sitting at a table across from a child touching a scientific instrument

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Alex Zielinski and Michaela Barber, chemistry graduate students, help a youngster learn about electrolysis — using electricity to decompose water into hydrogen and oxygen.
Photo by: Jeff Miller

A bicycle with grass growing from its seat, fenders and frame

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An old bicycle covered with adhesive, burlap fabric and sprouting rye grass seed is on display at an info table for 350 Madison, a nonprofit climate action team.
Photo by: Jeff Miller

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