ASHWAUBENON - Some potential young scientists explored new ideas and practiced some hands-on activities in Ashwaubenon.
It was all part of the 11th annual Einstein Project Science Expo.
There were displays and local experts on hand to answer questions.
Schools and business hosted activities relating to seven scientific fields.
There were live snakes, experiments and technology to play with.
Organizers say the expo hopes to help guide children toward a scientific future.
"Projects like this are becoming more important because the future of careers are changing and kids need to learn in a hands-on way and think creatively and out-of-the-box. This really gets them there," said executive director Julie Paavola.
FOX 11 helped sponsor the event.
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