Wondering what some of the top academic minds across the country are working on right now in the way of fresh technology? All of your questions will be answered (and then some) at the 2022 ACCelerate Creativity and Innovation Festival, held at the Smithsonian’s American History Museum on April 8th, 9th, and 10th.
The free event will play host to more than 25 exhibits showcasing what some of the nation’s top universities, museums, and other innovative groups are working on. For instance, Boston College will be on hand to demonstrate the strides it’s already made in automating agriculture. From designing transparent soil to leveraging 3D printing and laser-cutting for agricultural purposes, you’ll be stunned by its progress in this cutting-edge field. Nearby, Clemson University’s scientists will show off the work they’ve been doing to literally build brains, neuron by neuron, as NC State University explains how to improve postnatal care using developing approaches in order to keep moms and babies of all backgrounds safe and healthy. These exhibits are just the tip of the iceberg—carve out some time to attend the free event to learn more!