Doctor for a Day
Experience what it is like to be a veterinarian for a day. Learn how to suture wounds, give injections and bandage a limb.
Dr. Dawn Entzminger
Dr. Dawns Pet Stop
Smile! What does your smile say about your health??
Teeth are important to everything from nutrition to smiling to our self confidence. But what do your teeth and gums say about your overall health?
Dr. Carrie Orn
Orn Family Dentistry
Learn how ground and surface water are connected to discover how groundwater becomes contaminated.
Bonita Roswick and Louis Weiland
VCSU - Prairie Waters Education and Research Center
Have Your DNA and Eat it Too!
Would you believe you can see DNA? We will explore the "recipe of life" and extract DNA from everyone's favorite fruit- Strawberries! You can even take it home with you.
Jessie Hall and Alyssa Schrull
Design your Road and Eat it Too!
Experiment with traffic flow and interchanges, then learn what roads are made of with a tasty example of pavement design.
Make a Match to Save a Life?
Are you A, B, O, AB, positive, negative? Blood is an essential part of the human body but, if you mix the wrong type things could go drastically wrong. Can you successfully determine the blood type of the accident victim and save his life?
Watch what happens when you mix various ingredients. Be sure to measure correctly, or you might get covered in elephant toothpaste!
The Medicine Shoppe
We all Scream for Ice Cream!
Have you ever made ice cream? If so, you know that the ice cream mixture has to get really cold very quick. Ice cubes alone won't do the trick. Why not? Find out in this tasty-cold science project.
Dr. Teather Sundstrom
Valley City State University
Forensics -- The Case of the Missing Diamond Maker
Work as forensic investigators and use techniques of forensic science to analyze evidence left behind at a crime scene. Use deductive reasoning to evaluate fingerprints, chromatography, fibers, smells, liquids, powders, shoe prints, and blood evidence to determine the criminal’s identity.
North Dakota's Gateway to Science
Pringles Can Enigma Machine
Make your own Enigma Machine, the famous encryption device used during World War II. Learn how to encrypt and decrypt your own secret messages!
Jill Baird and Nancy Mahlen
NDIT | Edutech
Let's Get Physical!
Come test your strength! How balanced are you? How fast can you move? Experiment with different ways to move and test your abilities. Learn about physical therapy and what it means to be a physical therapist.
University of Jamestown -- Physical Therapy
Become a Micro:bit Maker!
Tap into your inner creativity by designing and making games that you can play with your friends! You’ll use a tiny computer called a micro:bit that let’s you make all kinds of fun projects – games, musical instruments, wearable accessories, and more. You’ll get to keep a micro:bit so that you can design and make projects on your own.
Now you see it, now you dont!
Peripheral vision is important in our everyday lives because it allows us to gather a visual sense of our surroundings—without it, we would see the world through "tunnel vision." Almost everything we do—from riding a bike, to dribbling a basketball, to reading a book—depends on peripheral vision. In this session, you will test the limits of peripheral vision and learn how to understand your results based on the anatomy of the human eye.
Dr. Brianna Bohn and Jami Reister
Professional Eyecare Centers
SOS: Save our Soils!
Learn about Soil Textures and ways to protect it. Create a Conservation plan with better management practices.
Regina Olson and Mikayla Lardy
Stutsman County Soil Conservation District
Wonderful Wetlands Working for Water
What do wetlands do? Wetlands positively impact people’s lives every day because they impact our water. We will explore what a wetland is and build a model to demonstrate how wetlands work to keep our water supply clean and plentiful. We will also explore the variety of duck species that depend on wetlands.
Jennifer P. Kross
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Robot
Test the efficiency of two different robotic hands and determine the best design to pick up different objects.
Angela Gross and Lindsey Leker
NDIT | Edutech
Peanut Butter + Resistance Training = Amazing Benefits
Come find out how you can combine peanut butter and exercise to build better things!
University of Jamestown -- Kinesiology
Take Micro:bits to the next Level!
Have you used micro:bits before to design and make projects? If so, this session is for you! In this session, you will continue to grow your creativity, design, and coding skills so that you can make all kinds of fun micro:bit projects - games, musical instruments, wearable accessories, and more.