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Where Will You Be Spending the Day on Saturday, October 3rd?

Oh, so you have no plans!

Then come to the Elements Financial Blue Ribbon Pavilion at the Indiana State Fairgrounds between 9:30 AM and 5:30 PM and join over 60 exhibitors including universities, college student clubs, science education outreach groups, and local businesses for an exciting and rewarding day with family members as you investigate science, technology, engineering and mathematics at Celebrate Science Indiana 2015.

If you have an interest in programming computer games at either the novice or expert level, plan to attend one or both of the two lectures by Andy Harris on computer gaming in meeting room at the West end of the Blue Ribbon Pavilion:

10:00 – 11:00 AM     Intro to Computer Gaming

3:00 – 4:00 PM         Advanced Computer Gaming

and visit the IUPUI Computer Science booth to discuss your interest and learn more about gaming possibilities.

If technology is on your bucket list be sure to stop at the IndianaFIRST exhibit and observe robots in action. Learn how you could become involved with a team at your school.

What about plants? Yes we have those too. Be sure to visit one of the biology booths to learn how plants breathe and ask plant related questions.

See you on October 3rd at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.

Robert Yost
Executive Director
Celebrate Science Indiana

Come to Celebrate Science Indiana on Saturday, October 3, 2015 to Hear IUPUI Computer Science Lecturer Andy Harris’ Introduction to 3D Game Programming

IUPUI Computer Science Lecturer and author of “Game Programming for Dummies”, Andy Harris, will be giving two free seminars at Celebrate Science Indiana 2015 on Saturday, October 3 in the Blue Ribbon Pavilion at the Indiana State Fair Grounds. His second seminar will illustrate how to use the popular free Blender tool to build 3D models,Continue Reading

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