NORWOOD, Mass.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Technologists from Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) will meet with Boston-area children, families, and teachers as they converge on the Hynes Convention Center in Boston on February 18-19, 2017, for Family Science Days, a free community event that is part of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting. ADI is a sponsor of AAAS Family Science Days. As part of the event’s hands-on demos, shows, talks by scientists, and other activities for youth and their families, ADI will be demonstrating how its cutting-edge technologies make our lives healthier, safer, and greener.
“AAAS Family Science Days is designed to help Boston-area children more fully understand how deeply science is interwoven into and impacts their daily lives”
“AAAS Family Science Days is designed to help Boston-area children more fully understand how deeply science is interwoven into and impacts their daily lives,” said Emily Therese Cloyd, Public Engagement Project Director, AAAS. “We greatly appreciate Analog Devices’ support of AAAS Family Science Days and its recognition of how events such as these help shape the scientific leaders of tomorrow.”
“Analog Devices is honored to support this exceptional event and give children a hands-on opportunity to see their science lessons brought to life,” said Vincent Roche, president and CEO, Analog Devices. “Science and technology are increasingly driving our world’s economies and shaping our society. Family Science Days and the interaction AAAS enables between today’s science and technology leaders and the children who will be our future leaders is therefore crucial to our collective future. ADI is pleased to play its part in nurturing the creative, scientific spark inside all of us.”
To learn more and register to attend AAAS Family Science Days please visit: http://meetings.aaas.org/family-science-days/
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