North Bay Science Discovery Day

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Ever wished there was someone who could answer all of the obscure questions your kids throws at you? North Bay Science Discovery Day will create that sort of all-knowing atmosphere. More than 100 exhibitors will partake in this free, volunteer-created STEM event (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), each with a specific question to answer. Visitors will learn about STEM subjects through a number of unique and creative activities, making the day a little less science class and a little more summer camp.


Here are some of our favorites:

Buck Institute for Research on Aging

How exactly is ice cream made?

See ice cream made instantly with liquid nitrogen and then taste it.

California Destination Imagination

How to go from imagination to innovation?

Be instantly challenged to use critical thinking skills.

Enphase Energy

What is Solar Energy?

Pedal a bike to generate power for a toy car on a racetrack. The faster you pedal, the faster the cars go round the track.

Keysight Technologies

What does your cell phone signal look like?

Test your cell phone and "see" the signals on screens.

La Tortilla Factory

What are food gums and how are they used in food?

See gum solutions become "gummy worms."

Petaluma High Marine Sciences

What is a whale like?

Walk through the inside of an inflated "whale" to feel its size; learn other cool things about whales.

USGS

What is an earthquake?

Make your own earthquake using a special model.

If You Go:

November 1, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sonoma County Fairgrounds (Santa Rosa)

FREE

northbayscience.org


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