Graduate students from the University of Missouri will host “Science on Wheels,” a discussion of current science projects at Mizzou. Subjects might include life sciences, geological sciences, medical research discoveries and agricultural advancements being made each and every day at the University of Missouri, the state’s research and land-grant university.

Science on Wheels is meant to include members of the community who may not normally get involved in the science conversation and nurtures a two-way conversation between scientists and the public.

The event will be hosted at 6 p.m. Thursday at MU Extension in Pettis County, 1012A Thompson Blvd. It is family friendly, free and open to the public.

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