Science Science on a Sphere provides an interactive look at weather, climate patterns By Katie Knapp Schubert • Jan 29, 2016 Metropolitan Community College You can view real-time weather forecasts, track flights around the world, and even view maps of the impact of a tsunami at a new exhibit at Do Space. Science Cafe focuses on agriculture, livestock, horticulture By Katie Knapp Schubert • Dec 8, 2015 Beef and bees are the focus of UNMC’s latest Science Café. Creighton graduate and faculty member recognized for major prosthetic advances By Cheril Lee • Dec 3, 2015 Not many people are aware that a small lab in Nebraska is at the forefront of 3D printing prosthetic evolution. NE SciFest Returns in 2014 By Cheril Lee • Dec 2, 2013 The Nebraska Science Festival is a celebration of science of all types throughout the state. Omaha elementary school participating in STEM pilot program By Katie Knapp Schubert • Aug 26, 2013 Skinner Magnet School in Omaha is one of 44 nationwide that’ll take part in a STEM pilot program for elementary-level students. Nebraska Science Fest takes place next week By Cheril Lee • Apr 5, 2013 The first annual Nebraska Science Festival takes place April 12th through the 14th all over the city. Science Outside the Classroom By Cheril Lee • Jan 8, 2013 Tonight’s Omaha Science Café explores science outside of the traditional classroom. The Department of Energy Awards NU a nuclear energy innovation investment By Cheril Lee • Aug 31, 2012 websitereported.com The University of Nebraska was recently awarded $980,000 from the U.S. Energy Department as part of its new nuclear energy innovation investments program.