The neuroscience program at FSU turns Cinco De Mayo into thinko de mayo.
Today marks their first ever brain fair for kids. The goal is to teach them about how people tick.
Part of the fair included hands-on activities, demonstrations and new information about the brain.
"I think it'll be a great experience. We came to a science fair here in the fall and had an absolute ball, they do a great job here so we'd thought we'd come up and see this one," said Joe Elebash, a parent who attended the fair.
The event was held at the FSU Psychology building.
For more information about the neuroscience program at FSU, go to http://www.neuro.fsu.edu/ngsa/brainfair
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