Geekery on the Mall

The first USA Science & Engineering Festival kicks off tomorrow in Washington, DC, with a mission to "re-invigorate the interest of our nation's youth in science, technology, engineering, and math" with this two-day event, according to the festival Web site. NIH will have a "mammoth exhibit at National Mall" and events at Freedom Plaza. Its exhibits will include "DNA Bracelets and The Genetic Challenge," "Attack of the S.

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