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.

How much do visiting space travelers know about STEM?

Ask STEM and space trivia questions of special guests from a galaxy far, far away. Check how well they answer.

How do you create a scribble machine?

Design and construct a motorized contraption with different motors and materials. Attach a marker and see different patterns created.

What is DNA and how do we study it?

Extract DNA from household items. Make your own DNA double stranded DNA sequence bracelet.

UC Davis, Bodega Marine Lab

How does burning fossil fuels affect marine life?

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

Can you solve a crime?

Help identify the perpetrator of a crime by comparing evidence from the suspects.

What can we learn from fluids?

Examine buoyancy with eggs in salt water. Check surface tension and surfactants. Use non-newtonian fluid "goo."

What can drive across a bayland mud flat?

Hop aboard a real airboat.

Can you match the right specimen with the correct species?

Play multiple games that challenge your knowledge of animals and tree species.

How do Microscopic Organisms keep our water clean?

Discover microscopic life forms that keep our water clean. Examine microbial populations from wastewater treatment plants.

How can light create products we use?

Experiment with visible and infrared light to see how we use the "science of light" in everyday products.

How do LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) work?

Create magnetic, closed circuits that stay lit for weeks! Create throwies to stick on a metal surface.

How would Isaac Newton play mini-golf?

Use golf putters to play mini-golf following electrical outlets. Check out a vertical wind tunnel, too!

What makes things fly?

Design air resistance devices to be placed in a vertical wind tunnel to test their ability to fly upwards and float down.

FREE Admission and FREE Parking!

March 13, 2021, 10 am to 4 pm
Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA
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