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The STEM Festival, held on PSC’s campus, attracted 1,000 guests who could learn with hands on activities

 Children could learn about different health systems by viewing a brain, a sheep heart, a dissected shark and squid, and a pig fetus with dyed bones.     

 They could also get their blood pressure taken. Children’s fingerprints were stamped onto a ballon, the balloon was blown up, then the instructors would show the children how to identify their own fingerprints.    

 Other activities for children included making a boat out of aluminum foil, making a fossil mold, drawing a hybrid animal and looking at dinosaur bones. They could also look some exotic insects and make their own bug antennas.

  In the library visitors could experience a 3-D printer, play with a green screen, watch a virtual reality video, use a GoPro and learn about journalism tools.