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Insects make up the largest and most diverse group of organisms on the planet, with the over 1 million described and 4-30 estimated species all playing a crucial role in biodiversity of the ecosystem. They are also critical for a wide variety of science and technology fields including agriculture, environmental and even biomedical science, and…

Even Bill Nye will be at the Expo! Read more here. The first USA Science & Engineering Festival will take science out of the lab and onto D.C.’s National Mall this weekend: October 23rd and 24th. The free, two-day expo will feature over 1500 fun, hands-on science activities and over 75 stage shows and performances…

Thanks Soil Science Society of America for presenting at the Expo. Here is information for their booth. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA will each have a booth at the Expo, with fun activities for kids and kids-at-heart The American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America (ASA, CSSA, and…

Ohhh…you might even get to WALK on some ooblek. THAT would be cool! Check out what this MIchigan Tech Exhibit has in store at the Expo. WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Michigan Technological University’s MindTrekkers are taking STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) to the heart of the nation–the National Mall in Washington, DC. And they’re making it so…

Check out the cool Robots at the Expo! The WildStang Robotics Team, housed at Rolling Meadows High School and comprised of students from Rolling Meadows, Wheeling, Prospect, and Elk Grove High Schools is travelling to Washington, D.C. October 21-25 to participate in the first ever USA Science and Engineering Festival being held on the National…

Extract DNA from a strawberry? Make a DNA bracelet? Check out the National Human Genome Research Institute booth and what they have happening at the Expo! Find more info here. The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) will present some simple and fun DNA-related activities at the inaugural USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington,…

Thanks AT&T for being a Sponsor for the USA Science and Engineering Festival! Find the full press release here on prnewswire. Festival will feature AT&T Eco Booth and 50 satellite events around the nation to motivate kids to take interest in science, technology, engineering and math WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ — To motivate kids to…

This looks interesting! From post The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) will enable astronomers to explore the universe in unprecedented clarity when it achieves “first light” later this decade. The public, however, will get an exciting preview of what TMT will observe as part of the two-day expo for the USA Science and Engineering Festival, October…

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Thanks to one of our sponsors, Office of Naval Research, for getting the word out about the USA Science and Engineering Festival and coming to the festival! It sounds like a fun exhibit that you will have. See the full article here. By Susan Nelson Office of Naval Research / Society of Naval Architects &…

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…