ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. – Notre Dame hosted Science Alive for its 27th year on Saturday to give attendees an opportunity to explore the worlds of science.
The free event was held throughout the Jordan Hall of Science with special programs and interactive exhibits.
Science Alive aims to give children the opportunity to explore science, offering everything from astronomy to zoology.
The event brought together 25 local and regional science-related organizations to share their knowledge with participants.
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