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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…

Thanks Howard Hughes for helping us get the word out about the USA Science and Engineering Festival. Main Article here Two scientists from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Farm Research Campus, Roian Egnor and Lou Scheffer, will speak at the USA Science and Engineering Festival Expo, which will take place on and around the…

This looks like a lot of fun! And it’s free! Check it out. With David Pogue Clips from the series plus panel discussion and Q&A Invisibility cloaks. Spider silk that is stronger than steel. Self-healing military vehicles. Clothes that monitor your mood. What will the future bring, and what will it be made of? In…

Check out this booth at the Expo! Get Transported into the visually stunning digital world of Disney’s upcoming theatrical release TRON: Legacy and examine where movie fantasy and the 21st century’s real Grand Challenges for Engineering intersect. You’ll see how 3-dimensional scanning and printing are bringing the real and the virtual worlds closer together. You’ll…

This is a bit amazing. Check out the original post here. It’s a method of art reminiscent of Jackson Pollack’s abstract drip paintings. Just more suited to the less squeamish. Erin Watson uses blow fly larvae — maggots — to get kids excited about painting. Judging by her upcoming educational demonstration project on the National…

What goes on behind the scenes as researchers test and certify balls and bats for use in Major League Baseball? How will nanoparticles, network sensors and adaptive technologies revolutionize many aspects of our lives in products of tomorrow? The answers will surprise and intrigue you! Find out when you visit the hands-on exhibits of the…

On Wednesday, October 6, 2010, the third annual 4-H National Youth Science Day, will bring together hundreds of thousands of youth around the nation to complete a single science experiment. This year, the National Science Experiment, 4-H2O, focuses on water quality and climate change – two critical issues facing our global community today. In anticipation…

Join Illumina in its quest to discover “What makes you… you?” And to discern why even though people are genetically 99.9 % similar, we look and act so incredibly different! IlStudents and adults are encouragedto participate in Illumina’s interactive Expo exhibit at the USA Science & Engineering Festival to answer for themselves these tricky but…

We are proud to welcome 4-H – a long-time national youth development program which engages students in science, technology and other life skill experiences through “learning by doing” – as a partner in the USA Science and Engineering Festival. As part of their commitment to STEM programs for youth, 4-H will be exhibiting at the…