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Science fans can share their love of science by participating in the second annual Nebraska Science Festival, which runs April 24-27 in Omaha and Lincoln.Those interested should submit applications to present hands-on, kid-friendly science booths at one of the free Science Expos. The Expos will be April 24 and 25 at The Durham Museum in Omaha and the Strategic Air and Space Museum near Ashland, Neb., for registered school groups. A public expo is scheduled for April 26 at The Durham Museum. Also, applications are being taken to hostt a science-related event during the festival weekend. Free community events are encouraged and should be accessible to the general public. Applications should be submitted online at nescifest.com by Jan. 15 to be considered for the Science Expos and included in printed materials. Community sites that want to host an event also should submit an application online at nescifest.com. Applications are subject to approval by the festival advisory committee. Presented by the University of Nebraska Medical Center, the Nebraska Science Festival is a growing collaboration interested in the advancement of science literacy. The Science Festival is designed to make science accessible, interactive, relevant and fun for kids and adults alike. New in 2014, the festival will extend programming into Lincoln as it builds toward being a statewide celebration. For more information, or to register, go to nescifest.com or contact Kacie Gerard, 402-559-4319 or email@example.com.