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15th Annual Foundations of Science Breakfast

April 24, 2018 | 7-9 a.m. | Washington State Convention Center

The Foundations of Science Breakfast provides the innovators of tomorrow with hands-on science experiences today. From Title I schools to local low-income families, your support increases access to science education. By igniting curiosity and fueling a passion for discovery, experimentation, and critical thinking, we can empower the next generation of great thinkers.

Click here to register for the 15th Annual Foundations of Science Breakfast.

Join us before breakfast at 7 a.m. on April 24 to experience the hands-on science activities that inspire curious minds of all ages on our campus and throughout the community. Meet members of our Discovery Corps and Lake Washington Watershed Internship youth development programs to learn first-hand about the impact of investments in science education.

The Breakfast will feature Hans Bishop, Chief Executive Officer – Juno Therapeutics, and Diana Birkett Rakow, Vice President, External Relations – Alaska Airlines, in a fireside chat discussing everything from what we can do to prepare the next generation of innovators to the future of STEM research. Juno is pioneering a new kind of cancer treatment that takes a patient’s own immune cells, modifies them, and then releases them back to fight cancer.

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