Discovery Days are large-scale, outdoor events where the Bay Area’s many STEM organizations connect with thousands of youth and adults. The result? Super-charged, super-fun celebrations of science! This FREE family focused event feature hundreds of dynamic demonstrations, engaging experiments, geeky games and astounding activities for all ages! We are looking forward to being back in-person […]
Discovery Days are large-scale, outdoor events where the Bay Area’s many STEM organizations connect with thousands of youth and adults. The Result? Everyone – young and old – can experience the wonders of science! CSU East Bay invites you to explore over 40 Free dynamic demonstrations, engaging experiments, hands-on activities, and much much more. The […]
At the StemFrenzy Festival, enjoy a day with the entire community exploring, learning, and discovering science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This event will include hands-on activities, raffles, prizes, inspiring demonstrations from top STEM organizations and San Francisco summer programs, and more for your entire family!
Meet a scientist, be a scientist! Science at Cal and the Lawrence Hall of Science are hosting a full-blown SCIENCE-PALOOZA overlooking the Bay on the beautiful and spacious outdoor plaza of the Lawrence Hall of Science. We will showcase interactive and engaging STEM activities from UC Berkeley departments, student groups, scientists, artists, designers, and our […]
Discover the Science of Bubbles at Quest Science Center’s Science@Stockmen’s Park series. Experience a dozen hands-on soap bubble activities, along with performances and competitions. Learn about the science behind surface tension, soap solutions, and special ingredients to make gigantic and colorful bubbles. Explorers of all ages are welcome at this community drop-in event.
Plants have a long history of being used to make pigments. The plants used to make the colors, and the chemicals used to set the colors on the fabric have changed a lot over time and these changes were often connected to big events in human history. We will explain some of the ways natural […]