The University of Arizona

Tucson Festival of Books: Science City

The University of Arizona's College of Science and BIO5 Institute are proud to partner with the Arizona SciTech Festival to host Science City at the Tucson Festival of Books. Science City is filled with enriching, hands-on activities, exhibits, lectures and shows conducted in a village setting of thematic tents and stages spanning the exciting worlds of science and technology. Tens of thousands of visitors to Science City will experience the connection between our daily lives and advances in science, as well as hear about the groundbreaking research being done right here at the UA. Join us as we show you why we are obsessed with science!

March 9, 2013– March 10 2013, 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.


Audience: 
All
Audience Size: 
Very Large (501+)

Where

Campus: 
Main Campus
Location: 
UA Mall
Tucson, AZ
United States

Contact Info & Links

Department/Unit: 
BIO5 Institute / UA Science
Contact Person: 
Megan Sentianin
Contact's Phone: 
520-626-0087
Contact's Email: 
Related Links: 

Ongoing Events

Exhibit - 'Curtis Reframed: The Arizona Volumes'
Docent Guided and Self-Guided Tours at UAMA
Spring Recess
Family Weekend
Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration Conference
Arizona Asian American Association's 20th Arizona Asian Festival
The Art of Planetary Science
Contemporary Photography from the Douglas Nielsen Collection
Intramural Sports Registration Opens - Season B
Intramural Sports Registration Opens - Season C
Intramural Sports Registration Opens - Season D
Southwest Indian Art Fair
Exhibit - 'The Wilderness Act: Arizonans Keeping It Wild for 50 Years'
Exhibit - 'Eva Struble: Produce'
Conference - Research Frontiers in Nutritional Sciences
Career Services Workshop - 'The Edge: Getting You Real-World Ready'
Chinese Culture Festival
Hepatitis C Clinic
'Frankenstein'
'The Full Monty'
'This'
'Othello'
'A Little Night Music'
Symposium - 'Queer Migrations: Homeland Insecurities, Violence and Belonging'
'Lend Me a Tenor'
Exhibit - 'The Documented Border'
Fit to Print: That Hot New Writer? It’s You.
Future Food: Saving Seeds - How to Make a Delicious Difference
Laughing Skulls and Dancing Skeletons: Day of the Dead a Celebration of Life
In Search of the Sacred: The Art of Mexico’s Indigenous Mountain Cultures
Exhibit - 'Atrial Systole'
Phenology Days Celebration
Photo ID: Portraits By Native Youth
Regarding Curtis: Contemporary Indian Artists Respond to the Imagery of Edward S. Curtis
Writing Fiction That Sells
Effective and Engaged: Mindful Meditation to Strengthen Focus and Tame Stress