Looking for a place to make a robot? Do some 3D printing? Or perhaps create music? Look no further than your public library.
In this episode of SciTech Now, an invasive species of crayfish is putting other species at Crater Lake National Park in jeopardy; learn about the Lowline, an underground park set to open in 2020; a community where creativity and science merge; and LED streetlights are changing the way towns feel after dark.
We take a step inside the Suncoast Science Center in the Sarasota, Florida area, designed for both children and tech savvy adults. The center provides access to unique tools used by engineers, designers and scientists, fostering a community where creativity and science merge.