The University of Montana’s spectrUM Discovery Area will host NanoDays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday as part of the Kids Fair at Southgate Mall.

NanoDays, an exciting educational exhibit developed by the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network and sponsored by the National Science Foundation, will offer families a hands-on opportunity to explore the ways people experience itsy-bitsy technologies in their everyday lives.

Every child measuring at least 500 million nanometers tall (that’s everyone) can experience hands-on science activities such as wheat germ DNA extraction, super expansion gel, polymer chemistry, interactive games to understand scale and a liquid nitrogen demonstration.

The annual Kids’ Fair is hosted by Southgate Mall and 102.5 Mountain FM.

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