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Milton Levin, Assistant Research Professor, brings new technology to Zoom! Crash! Instant Replay!

This year, Assistant Research Professor in the department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Sciences, Milton Levin brought an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to help the Zoom! Crash! Instant Replay! module get some footage!

Check out the videos!

Videos shot by Milton Levin (

Register today! Spots open!

There are spots left in all remaining modules! Register today to give your child the experience of a life time, working with experienced faculty and staff in Physics, Engineering, Microbiology, Marine Biology, Chemistry and iMovie!

Do you have questions about a specific module? Email Liam at,, for more information.

Robotics is Full

As of today, 5/5/16, all 20 Robotics spots have been filled. We have plenty of spots open in our other modules though. Sign up today!

Robotics is filling up fast!

As of 4/22/16 there are only two more open spots in Robotics! If you were waiting to sign up for that module, this is your chance!

There are plenty of open spots in all of the other modules, register today!

2016 Registration open!

Registration has opened for our Summer 2016 modules! Register here


Refunds will only be issued when we are notified a minimum of one full week prior to the start of the KASET Module.

Registration fees are not refundable once your KASET Module has begun. –

There is a $35.00 non-refundable Administration/service charge on each weeks Module registered for.

Missed Days

If your child is sick or an unexpected vacation arises and he/she will not be attending the program for a day/week, please let us know; refunds will not be issued for missed days.

Call 860-486-8115

Registration is now open!

Registration can be found here

Biomedical Engineering Video

Here is the Video

Magnificent Microbes Added!!

A New Module has been added to our summer line-up.

Magnificent Microbes! 
K.A.S.E.T. – Kids Are Scientists & Engineers Too!
Monday, July 13 through Friday, July 17, 9 am to 12 noon

UConn, Storrs Campus (directions will be sent to participants)

Advance registration required: $200 ($180 if registered before June 7)

Explore unseen worlds that are all around you. Discover microscopic organisms that make your food good, and those that make your food go bad. Learn how yeasts make bread, and bacteria make yogurt, and find out how to keep your kitchen clean from the microbes that can make you sick. Trek outside and hunt for microbes in lawns, ponds and woods! See the colorful microbes that live in ponds, create rust, and help plants to grow. Uncover the microbes that help termites to eat wood. Find microbes that defend themselves with antibiotics. Join us and open your eyes to an exciting new world!