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Thanks to partner organization Koshland Science Museum for helping us get the word out about the festival. Date: Saturday, October 23, 2010 through Sunday, October 24, 2010 Location: National Mall, Tent #102 (in front of the Capitol Reflecting Pool) Time: 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM Cost: Free and open to all Age Range: Open to…

Thanks to partner organization AAAS for helping us get the word out about the Festival! When: 23-24 October 2010 Where: On the National Mall and surrounding areas Free and open to the public! AAAS is pleased to be a founding partner of the first USA Science & Engineering Festival. More than 1,500 interactive exhibits and…

Thanks to Festival Partner University of Maryland for helping us get the word out about the Festival and the Powers of Ten Concert and Streaming it LIVE! Find out more here on their website. USA Science & Engineering Festival Opens with Live Powers of Ten Concert Festival of Science and Technology – Opening Program: The…

This week in Engineering

Check out this great video from on of our partner orgnaizations Engineers.com. From the Science Festival to Mario Brothers and robots. Cool video! Thanks for the shout out!

The DC Weatherams eventFest Coalition is a partnership of government, scientific societies, private enterprise, and institutions in education which focuses on serving as an important resource for information on weather, water, and climate, and how these impact our lives. Recognized as a “Perfect Festival Partner” for its noted efforts in the event, the Coalition is…

Trauma surgery…emergency medicine…forensic anthropology. We know them today as invaluable fields in medicine and science – fields that save lives or provide important insight into the circumstances behind a traumatic death. What you may not know is that these professions, in many ways, were literally born under fire on the battlefields of war – from…

Providing Students and Teachers With a Wealth of Resources in the Physical Sciences Students, does this sound familiar? You need information about the environment, physics, chemistry, or the earth and don’t know where to go. And your teacher says that the information you reference must be authoritative. Plus, you need the information fast. No problem!…

Science for Citizens

We are very pleased to announce our partnership with Science for Citizens, a brand new website co-founded by Darlene Cavalier (who blogs as the Science Cheerleader) and Michael Gold (a former science editor and writer). This site aggregates citizen science projects (also known as amateur science projects or participatory research) and enlists volunteers to get…