USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog

Archives for October, 2010

The physics of music is a greater way to appreciate music. This booth sounds quite interesting. Thanks CAS for helping get the word out about the Expo and coming to have a booth. Find the full post here. By Kaitie O’Hare October 13, 2010 Physics Professor Nate Harshman and High School Noura Jaber will demonstrate…

Thanks Johns Hopkins University for posting about your involvement in the USA Science and Engineering Expo and all the cool things you plan to show at the Expo. It’s going to be great! October 18, 2010 By Phil Sneiderman Homewood Filed under Whiting School of Engineering Six teams of Johns Hopkins researchers with expertise in…

Monday, The White House held the First Ever Science Fair that Kicked off the Final Week of the USA Science and Engineering Festival. Here is an article from TIME Magazine about the Science Fair and the Festival. Find the Full Article in TIME Magazine here The White House Office of the Press Secretary MONDAY, OCTOBER…

Anthony Livingston Entry: Why Science is Cool- Where is Your Science Lab? What is your age? 17 Where do you go to school? High Tech High North County, San Marcos, CA What do you plan to study in college? Neuro Science and Political Science What is your favorite subject? It is a tie between Biology…

Check out the live stream from today’s Science Fair at the White House today. Find the full post on the White House Blog. Middle school and high school students from across the country descended on the State Dining Room at the White House today with their award-winning science fair projects in tow. From a robot…

On Business Wire The White House Science Fair this morning launches a week of activities that concludes with the USA Science and Engineering Festival Expo on the National Mall this weekend 10/23-10/24. From the White House, to an Expo hosted by Lockheed Martin and put together by 850 leading science organizations, to over 50 satellite…

Entry “Science is so Fly” From the left to right, Jenny Chen, Elizabeth Dente, and Aishwarya Raja. Jenny Chen, 16 – Favorite subjects: Math, Biology, Chemistry Elizabeth Dente, 16 – Favorite subjects: Chemistry, English, Musical Performance Aishwarya Raja, 16 – Favorite subjects: English, Chemistry, Biology We are all juniors at the Bergen County Academies in…

Entry: Dollar Smoothie Itzell Marquez 11, Jeselle Guerra 10,Vanessa Garza 11, Brianda Flores 10 Where do you go to school? We did the video at FJ Scott Elementary in Roma, TX What are your favorite subjects? We enjoy science, math, and playing volleyball What inspired you to make this video? We all decided to make…

Today the White House will have their own Science Fair that will kick off the final week of the USA Science and Engineering Festival. Read about it here. Event Will Highlight Winners of National Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Competitions WASHINGTON, DC — On Monday, October 18th, President Obama will host the White House…

Thanks Dan Kasun for a recent post mentioning the USA Science and Engineering Festival. Thanks for mentioning the festival and thanks for Volunteering in the Microsoft booth! The festival can’t happen without volunteers! For those who aren’t already in “the know” (which usually includes me), there is a Science and Engineering Festival in DC going…