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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…

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…

Wow…A 1500lb glacial berg is on its way to the Expo! The amazing things that will be seen at the Expo. Listen to the journey of the Ice Berg to the USA Science And Engineering Festival! Check out more pictures of the iceberg here. Read about the Iceberg from Juneau Empire By Sarah Day |…

Check out this great video of Ray O Johnson the CTO of our host sponsor, Lockheed Martin, being interviewed by Forbes Editor of the monthly Forbes/Wolfe Emerging Tech Report and Nifty Fifty speaker Josh Wolfe. They discuss material science, the need for more science and innovation in the US and even mentions the USA Science…

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…

Bill Nye the Science Guy “We have lingered long enough on the shores of the cosmic ocean. We are ready at last to set sail for the stars.” –Carl Sagan Carl Sagan’s dream that one day spacecraft would “sail” in space, powered only by light from the sun, is reaching fruition at The Planetary Society,…

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…