USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog

Archives for April, 2012

The Kavli Science Video Contest has wrapped up with over 260 entries! Now it’s time for the People’s Choice Vote, in advance of the awards ceremony on April 29, in Washington, DC, as part of the USA Science & Engineering Festival. People’s Choice Voting begins April 2 and closes April 13. Voting is easy, just…

Explorers in Our Midst: What the James Cameron Voyage Can Tell Us

By Larry Bock Founder and organizer, USA Science & Engineering Festival In our world of high-tech bravado, I often wonder where we’d be without explorers — those undaunted heroes and heroines of the past and of today whose achievements, like an unforgettable song or movie — form a lasting impression in the brain over what…

The Kavli Science Video Contest has wrapped up with over 260 entries! Now it’s time for the People’s Choice Vote, in advance of the awards ceremony on April 29, in Washington, DC, as part of the USA Science & Engineering Festival. People’s Choice Voting begins April 2 and closes April 13. Voting is easy, just…

The Festival Expo Map is Ready to View! Start Planning for Your Festival Weekend Today!

We are excited to share the news that the 2012 USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo Map is out! The Festival will run from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Saturday, April 28th and from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Sunday, April 29th. We will also host free evening shows including the Stargazing Party…

The Kavli Science Video Contest has wrapped up with over 260 entries! Now its time for the People’s Choice Vote, in advance of the awards ceremony on April 29, in Washington, DC, as part of the USA Science & Engineering Festival. People’s Choice Voting begins April 2 and closes April 13. Voting is easy, just…

Science and Math With an ‘Edge’ — Learning Is Best When It’s Messy and Unpredictable

By Larry Bock Founder and organizer, USA Science & Engineering Festival The world runs on science and math, but let’s face it, to get this across effectively to young students we sometimes have to get a little, well… messy. No one knows this better than math and science author Sean Connolly who’s gained a reputation…