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CBS at the 2022 Minnesota State Fair

Join us at the Great Minnesota Get-Together!

CBS at the State Fair

Coming to the Minnesota State Fair? Stop by and see CBS at the Great Minnesota Get-Together. Here’s when we’ll be at the University of Minnesota Central Building on Dan Patch Avenue near the Snelling Avenue entrance: 

August 25 & 26
Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve

Come visit with scientists from this world-famous hub for ecological research to explore how we are impacting the planet’s ecosystems.

August 27
Market Science: Genetics and Development
Come explore how DNA stores information and how living things use that information to create the wonderful diversity of life on Earth! 

August 28
Market Science: Biology Grab Bag
From molecules to ecosystems, the College of Biological Sciences covers every aspect of biology! Meet scientists from the College and learn more about what makes life so amazing on our planet!

August 29
Market Science: Biotechnology

Biotechnology is changing the way that humans interact with the world around them. Come visit with faculty and students from the Biotechnology Institute and MNDrive Environment to learn about new approaches to sustaining life.

August 30
CBS Conservatory and Market Science: Plant and Microbial Biology

Meet scientists from the CBS Conservatory & Botanical Collection, which houses rare plants from around the world, and participate in Market Science activities highlighting plant genetics and microbes.

August 31
Market Science: Global Change
Our world is changing at an incredible pace. Meet scientists working to understand how these changes are happening and what we can do to adapt to them. 

September 1 & 2
Market Science: Biology Grab Bag
From molecules to ecosystems, the College of Biological Sciences covers every aspect of biology! Meet scientists from the College and learn more about what makes life so amazing on our planet!

September 3 & 4
Itasca Biological Station and Laboratories

Visit with scientists from the field station to learn more about their research and teaching efforts at the headwaters of the Mississippi River as they help future generations learn about and preserve this critical resource. 

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August, 2022