Exhibitors / Activities for Saturday, October 28, 2017

Here is the list of fun, fabulous, and zany exhibits (or activities) that will be at the North Bay Science Discovery Day.  Each exhibitor offers a wonderful hands-on activity for kids -- just for them to get excited about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Come back again to this site and watch the list grow! For details on being an exhibitor as well as participant lists from previous years, go to exhibitor information.

New York Life

How are fingerprints still relevant in forensics?

Get free digital fingerprints for kids.

How does burning fossil fuels affect marine life?

Check out demonstrations and visuals showing how ocean acidification affects ocean life.

How will future astronauts use robots on Mars?

Drive a teleoperate robotic rover and perform challenging tasks as done on Mars.

North Bay Science Challenge

Can you match the scat and tracks to the animal?

Check out animal scat and attempt to identify it. Become a serious tracker.

What is it like to sit in a Blue Angel Cockpit?

View an Fj-4 Phantom Blue Angel cockpit up close and even sit in it!

How does a paper airplane fly?

Fold the best paper airplane in the world and learn different aspects of aerodynamics.

What plants and animals are found in Northern California?

Match scat and replica prints to animal photos. Check out animal skulls, furs, and plant samples.

What mammals live in the ocean?

Match anatomy and habitats of marine mammals.

How does science keep us healthy?

Explore the connection between STEM and the medical and health professions.

Which whirlybird wins?

Build and test your own whirlybird against others in a wind tunnel.

What is Geospatial Technology

Use Trimble Juno Handheld computer for a geocache activity and learn GPS technology and how it works.

What will you create?

Use computers and play with Minecraft games to build electronics.

What does life look like in a beehive?

Look inside a beehive and watch the exciting and busy life of bees.

What will you make with LEGO?

Use LEGOs to continue building a growing city with possibly a battle track station and race car track.

How can you save a life?

Get involved with hands-on CPR and First Aid training. Save a life some day.

What is the nearest star to the Earth? What are comets composed of?

View the sun and build a comet.

What are comets made of?

Build "dirty snowballs" to see what comets are composed of and how they behave.

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Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA
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