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Steam: Food ScienceThe Hanford Reach Interpretative Center is pleased to present STEAM: Food Science on March 11, 2017, from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. The discussion on Food Science will be held at 1943 Columbia Park Trl., Richland, WA. For more details, visit the STEAM: Food Science page on Facebook.

About STEAM: Food Science
STEAM: Food Science will feature the science and technology behind the preparation of different kinds of food. The workshop will also cover topics about flavors. There will be hands-on and food-tasting activities that participants will surely enjoy.

Admission to STEAM: Food Science costs $8 each for adults, and $6 each for students, seniors, and military. The workshop is free for kids 5 years old and below, and REACH members. For inquiries, call

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Jumpstart Into Python Programming Language,Python,computer,technology,laptop,Confluent Space Tri-Cities,Richland Washington,things to doThe Jumpstart Into Python Programming Language event will be held on December 7, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. This will take place at Confluent Space Tri-Cities, at 285 Williams Boulevard, Richland, WA. For more information, please visit the Jumpstart into Python Programming Language page on Facebook.

About 'Jumpstart Into Python Programming Language
Confluent Space Tri-Cities is inviting everyone to join this event, where participants will be taught about the Python Programming Language version 2.7. Python is a commonly used programming language that gives prominence to code readability which enables programmers to bring about concepts using fewer code lines. Everyone is advised to bring a laptop to further understand the discussion. Admission to

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Barnes and Noble's 2nd Annual Mini Maker Faire: A Virtual Reality Spree | KennewickJoin the 2nd Annual Mini Maker Faire on November 5 and 6, 2016, from 11:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. This event will be held at the Columbia Center, at 1321 Columbia Center Boulevard, Kennewick, WA. For more details, please visit the Barnes and Noble's website.

About the 2nd Annual Mini Maker Faire
Everyone who has a special interest in tech is invited to join the 2nd Annual Mini Maker Faire. The successful Mini Maker Faire held last year convinced the organizers to repeat the event with more exciting features. This year's Mini Maker Faire will be held in all Barnes and Noble stores in the country. This event will be a virtual reality spree, where participants can experience 3D printing, robotics, and coding. There will also be demonstrations from Air Hogs

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Freaky Fridays Tech Help: Understanding the Constant Advancement in Technology | Richland Washington Public Library The Richland Public Library is pleased to present the Freaky Fridays Tech Help on September 9, 2016, from 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. The Richland Public Library is located at 955 Northgate, Richland, WA. For more details, please visit the Freaky Fridays Tech Help page at Richland Washington Public Library's website.

About the Freaky Fridays Tech Help
The Richland Public Library came up with the Freaky Fridays Tech Help event to help the members of the community understand the advances in technology and its impact on the environment. This program aims to let the participants know the benefits they can gain from the continuous improvement in technology.

Participants are advised to come with their fully charged devices and the library card. The should

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Electronics Monthly Meeting - Show and Tell | Sharing of Stories Relating to Electronics for Individuals Ages 8+ at Confluent Space Tri-Cities in Richland, WAConfluent Space Tri-Cities is inviting individuals 8 years old and above to join the Electronics Monthly Meeting - Show and Tell. This event will be held on July 28, 2016, from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Confluent Space Tri-Cities is located at 285 Williams Blvd., Richland, WA. For more details, visit the Electronics Monthly Meeting - Show and Tell page on Facebook.

About Electronics Monthly Meeting - Show and Tell
Everyone who has an inclination to electronics is welcome to this event. Attendees can share their stories involving their home projects and everything else that has to do with electronics or technology! They can show their projects to the group, or even demonstrate how they did it. This is a great venue to share ideas or seek suggestions from

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Camp Invention At Delta High And Mid-Columbia Partnership Kennewick and Richland, WashingtonRegister your child and give them a chance to imagine, tinker and invent prototypes that they can take home with them this summer! The Illuminate curriculum features five energetic and fun-filled modules that incorporate Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) activities.

Camps will be held at:
June 15-18 at Delta High
 July 13-17 at Mid-Columbia Partnership

This is for kids entering grades 3-6.

Inducted will provide your child with:

  • New role models from accomplished innovators and a real-world example of the journey to get into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
  • Hands on experience to better understand how shape and structure influence a building’s strength and physical integrity through a materials science investigation.
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Forbes has recently come to a conclusion that residents of Tri Cities Washington have known for many years, the Tri Cities is a geeky place. Out of all the areas throughout the nation the Tri Cities ranks 11 as the geekiest place to live. This ranking is mostly attributed to the fact that 11% of the population works in a field having to do with science, technology, engineering, or mathematics, right behind Seattle with 11.8%.

Those who live in the Tri Cities Washington know its more than that when they look around; science is a huge part of the Tri Cities. Residents live on streets such at Einstein Avenue, Curie Street, Proton Lane, and Mercury Drive. Many residents have some fun at Atomic Bowl or get a bite to eat at Atomic Ale and Brewery, and they

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On Monday, February 28 at 7:00pm Mid Columbia Library will be hosting the Community Science and Technology Seminar series. This next seminar will be given by Dr. Glen Fryxell on nanomaterials. Dr. Fryxell will be discussing what nanomaterials are and in what ways they can be beneficial or harmful. Dr. Fryxell has been working with nanostructure materials for the last 22 years at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. While working with these materials Fryxell also has spent time looking into its uses for environmental applications like sequestration of toxic heacy metals from industrial streams and groundwater. In 2009 Dr. Fryxell was named a Battelle Distinguished Inventor, he is named as inventor of 16 US Patents. There is no cost to attend this event.

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