CSI: Crime Scene Insects

January 29, 2011 - May 8, 2011

CSI: Crime Scene Insects explores one of the most fascinating areas of criminal investigation - forensic entomology. This exhibit uses hands-on learning stations, examples of real field and lab equipment and intriguing case studies. See real crime scene insects and find out how they help investigators solve real crimes.

Through mock investigations and with the help of insects you can test your skills in solving crimes. Suitable for children 8 years and older. Made possible by Mott Community College, Lush Lawns, Genesee Intermediate School District, Cars108, WNEM TV5 and Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.

To enter to win the following package enter below:

  • A chance to see the CSI exhibit,
  • An age appropriate CSI Class (either “Pintsized Private Eyes”, or “Crime Scene Science”. (depending on the age of the class)
  • Class is served lunch by “Tropical Smoothie Café”.

Students or teachers may submit their class at WCRZ.com. One lucky class will enjoy the field trip to “Sloan Museum – CSI” from Cars 108!