BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - The 4th Annual Maine Science Festival is coming to Bangor March 15th - 18th. With 60 events for all ages, everyone will have the chance to explore the science, engineering and mathematics happening everyday in Maine.
This year the Forensic Science Club at Husson University will host a Crime Scene Investigation event March 17th at the Cross Insurance Center beginning at 10 a.m. One of the many events happening that weekend.
Everything is free at the Maine Science Festival except for the MSF headliner. This years headliner is Emmy winning journalist Robert Krulwich, co-host of WNYC's RadioLab. Krulwish spent 22 years as a science, economics, general assignment and foreign news correspondent for CBS and ABC news. He has won two Peabody Awards and two Emmy's.
For a full list of events happening at the Maine Science Festival you can visit their website at mainesciencefestival.org