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What amazing life lurks below? Explore deep-sea fish and other deep-sea organisms with the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff in this live Zoom session, part of the virtual Biodiversity Camp series. Registration is required for this session. Museum staff will contact you to confirm...

Earth is full of diverse groups of living things, and different members, or species, of these groups, can be found in many different environments. Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff for this Facebook pre-recorded video, part of the Biodiversity Summer Camp. Participants will...

Zoology, herpetology, mammalogy! There are so many ‘ologies,’ but what do they mean? Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff in this live Zoom session, part of the Biodiversity Summer Camp, to explore these ‘ologies.’ Registration is required for this live session. Museum staff...

Youth Tech Inc. is an interactive computer camp that focuses on providing enrichment opportunities to students in the world of computers. This course offers younger students a fun, interactive look at coding. Students will create virtual apps and write their own programs that they can share...

From basic workflow to amazing tips and tricks, in this Johnson County Community College  summer youth course students will learn the tools to develop their image-creation skills. Find More Info Here.  ...

In this Johnson County Community College summer youth course, students will explore physical science and the design/engineering process.  Participants will analyze the given challenges and collaborate as a team to create cars, cranes, and other machines. Find More Info Here....

In this Johnson County Community College summer youth course, students will use their favorite game to learn the basics of modding and the foundations of programming. Participants will learn scripting and logic statements as they create a mod. Introductory coding will also be taught through...

Find your voice and leave your mark on the world! Whether you are 6 or 60, it’s time to start a career as the next YouTube©® star. In this Johnson County Community College summer youth course, students will explore the variety of content and personalities...

Interested in math, physics, coding, or engineering? This camp is for you! This Qubit by Qubit virtual camp introduces students to the exciting world of quantum computing. They will learn how to create quantum circuits that can be run on a real quantum computer!  Taught by...

Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff on Saturday, June 19th at 10 am for a Pop-Up Science episode all about fossil shark teeth. Participants will learn how to identify fossilized shark teeth that date from about 5 to 15 million years old,...