Speaker: Stations, Activities, Tours

Event Date: 10/13/2018

Event Times: 10:00am-2:00pm

Location: Marshfield Clinic Research Institute
Melvin Laird Center
Erdman Lobby

At this event, we will have have stations which families can move through at their own pace, with passport books available for kids to acquire stamps as they move through the stations. We will also have an area for kids to color or play with Legos. Kids and families will have fun learning about archaeology, chemical reactions, biology, physics and more!

The various research centers at the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute will also host different interactive educational and research displays appropriate for the general public and all ages (trivia questions, posters, etc.). This will provide a general awareness of the key research activities taking place at MCRI and in the Marshfield community.

•Crater in the Moon (Kindergarten +)
•Iron for Breakfast (3rd grade +)
•Ice Cream in Plastic Bags (Kindergarten +)
•Milk/Food Coloring (Kindergarten +)
•Dry Ice Farts (Kindergarten +)
•Sodium Alginate and Gavascon Experiment (two parts) (Kindergarten +)
•Non-Newtonian Solids (3rd grade +)
•Thin Film Interference Black Paper (Kindergarten +)
•Elephant Toothpaste (Kindergarten +)
•Boo Bubbles (Kindergarten +)
•Archaeology Dig
•Patient Experience/Usability Research. Tours of the usability lab: 10:30am, 11:15 am (High school, adults)
•Farm Medicine and Safety – jeopardy game
•Oral Health Matters: The importance of oral health and its connection to overall health

Contact: 715-387-5241