Bioscience

Second annual Arizona SciTech Festival starts Feb. 6

February 1, 2013

By Flinn Foundation

The Arizona SciTech Festival will kick off with a Feb. 6 event at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix, the first of more than 200 festivities around the state that will showcase Arizona as a national leader in science, technology and innovation.

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) events around the state will feature hands-on activities and workshops, conversations and debates, exhibitions, concerts, guided walks and tours. The events—for kids and families, teens, adults, and science professionals—will be held on school, college and university campuses; in libraries, museums, and civic buildings; in cafes and restaurants; in commercial or industrial facilities; and in parks and public squares.

The Arizona SciTech Festival is a grassroots collaboration of more than 350 organizations in industry, academia, arts, civic, community and K-12 education, including the Arizona Science Center, Arizona Technology Council Foundation, Arizona Commerce Authority, the University of Arizona, and Arizona State University.

The festival will run through March 13.


For more information and a schedule of events:

2013 Arizona SciTech Festival