Kailyn Ryan, of Baltimore, looks at her cheek cells under a microscope. (Photo: Carl Schmidt/Federal Hill Photography)

The next generation of STEM professionals had a chance to learn and engage with an array of hands-on science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities Saturday at Morgan State University’s STEM Expo.

Students of all ages used forensic science to analyze a crime scene, coded a robot to navigate a maze, explored virtual reality, examined aquatic life, and so much more.

See what the young scientists and engineers experienced at the 2022 Morgan State STEM Expo in our photo gallery: