Saturday Morning Science returns! These popular Mizzou events are not your typical science lectures. Expect to be entertained, see demonstrations, learn a lot – and best of all – you'll want to come back for more. 

Saturday Morning Science is free and open to the public. No science background is required and all ages are welcome. 

All events will take place at 10 a.m. at Ragtag Cinema

April 27

Title: Weather Balloons 101

Speaker: Eric Aldrich, assistant teaching professor of atmospheric science in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources

Learn why we use weather balloons, how they work and how we use them to create meteorological computer models and forecasts for severe weather. If you are curious about atmospheric processes and how meteorologists are able to use information collected to keep the public safe, this is the lecture for you.


Please contact us for any questions or more information regarding Saturday Morning Science.