ASF_Logo_Stacked_White.png       March 15 - 25, 2017

Expo Exhibitors

The 2015 EXPLORATION EXPO rocked Centennial Olympic Park with more than 100 interactive exhibits and performances. Check out what you missed. More info about the event here.

Main Stage Science Cafe Sponsored by the Center for Selective C-H Functionalization.

11:00am - Welcome
11:10am - Matter Matters
                  by the Tellus Science Museum
11:50am - Remarks from the Atlanta Science Festival
12:15pm - From Fire to Ice: Chemistry Demos by ChEmory
 1:20pm - Take Flight by Big Thinkers 
 2:05pm - The Circle of Life by The Children's School
 2:20pm - ASF Awards Presentation
 2:50pm - Animal Encounters by Zoo Atlanta


11:30am - What's Cool About Chemistry - Intro to the Science Cafe by Dr. Tracy McGill
                 (for all)
12:00pm - It's Not Easy Being Green - The Chemistry of Frogs by Dr. Dan Morton
                 (high school and older)
12:30pm - It's Not Magic; It's Chemistry by the Spelman Chemistry Club (for all)
1:00pm - Playing with Fire: Creating Colored Flames by Pi Alpha (for all)
1:30pm - Fantastic Plastics by Dr. Seth Marder (middle school and older)
 2:00pm - Chemical Chaos by ChEmory (for all)
 2:30pm - Chemistry Meets Biology (high school and older)
 3:00pm - Team Chemistry! (for all)
Additional Activities  
11:30am - The Sand Princess and Friends
                    by the Georgia Mineral Society
Kids' Science Pavillion
12:00pm - Roob & Noob, Theatre for the Very Young
                    by the Alliance Theatre
Play Zone
12:30pm - Science Rocks! by IEEE Women in Engineering
Kids' Science Pavillion
1:30pm - Terrific Terrariums by IEEE
Kids' Science Pavillion
2:00pm - Roob & Noob, Theatre for the Very Young
                  by the Alliance Theatre
Play Zone
2:30pm - Building with Buzz by GaTech IEEE Kids' Science Pavillion


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DISCOVER Zone. Get knee deep and hands on in all areas of STEM – from chemistry to astronomy to mathematics.

AIS Science Students in Action. Atlanta International School.
Want to experience science in action? Come and see your fellow students show you some cool chemical reactions, the power of atmospheric pressure, and a few interesting science projects.

What's In Your Water? Learning About Ground Water in Metro Atlanta. Atlanta Public Schools and Emory University.
Join Atlanta Public Schools students as they discuss their experiences researching, at Emory University, the local Atlanta water quality and the importance of understanding how to determine what clean water is and how we test for it.

Chemical Evolution on the Tabletop. NSF/NASA Center for Chemical Evolution.
Have you ever wondered how life began on early Earth? Explore a few fundamental principles of chemistry that may have guided the emergence of life on prebiotic Earth. See how such chemistry remains critical for life on Earth today.

Football Fabric. College Football Hall of Fame
You can compare the latest in football fabric technologies from Under Armour® to the older, flannel and cotton jerseys as part of the ‘Evolution of Equipment” in Building a Champion exhibit at the College Football Hall of Fame. In this activity, you will conduct an experiment using samples from three different kinds of fabrics to solve these football fabric mysteries.

Delta Air Lines.

Exploration of the Stars. Emory University Astronomy Club.
Come, explore, and view our very own Sun through our Sunspotter (solar telescope)! And while you are here, learn about our binary star research done at Emory University!

Fun with Funky Fluids! Emory University, ChEmory.
Cornstarch Dance Pit!  Come on by and dance your way through a non-Newtonian fluid.  Keep dancing and you float but stop and you sink!

The Enchanted Bottle: How Mixing Can Drive the Oxidation of a Dye. Emory University Department of Chemistry.
Want to be a young magician? Come here and we will teach you how to use science to fool people into thinking you've done magic!

Styrofoam Disappearing Act - Hydrophobicity in ActionEmory University Department of Chemistry.
Did you know that Styrofoam cups, many packing peanuts and other household items will dissolve in fingernail polish (acetone)? See this demo to see it in action and find out why.

Weathering the StormEmory University Department of Environmental Sciences.
Come learn about the weather behind thunderstorms- what makes them form and what dangers do they bring? Hands-on activities showing the science behind rain, lightning and thunder, tornadoes, hail, and damaging winds will have you appreciating the power of nature and learning how to stay safe when the thunder roars!

Physics Live! Emory University Department of Physics.
Ever played with giant soap bubbles? Or how about a superconducting toy train? Now you can at the Physics Live! expo booth. Come join the faculty and students at Emory University’s Department of Physics for a day full of fun physics demos.

Cloud in a Bottle. Georgia Connections Academy.
Watch a cloud appear and disappear before your own eyes!

Fun with Ferrofluids. Georgia Tech & Emory University Department of Biomedical Engineering.
What is a ferrofluid and why does it behave so strangely? Watch science and art collide, as you create magnificent sculptures with ferrofluids and watercolors.

World of Bio & MedTech. Georgia BioEd Institute.
Visit the exciting world of bio and medical technology where all ages can marvel at the science that effects our everyday lives, from vaccine hunters to microscopic detectives searching for clues in the tiniest of particles with the highest powered microscopes. You will learn about the scientists and companies working to solve our health and environmental issues every day!

Where Would You Be Without Geography? Georgia Geographic Alliance at Georgia State University.
Rocks, Drones, and iPads! How well do you know your state and the power of maps? Come explore rocks, minerals, and fossils from Georgia and learn how to map your place using iPads and drones!

Connecting Chemistry & Biochemistry. Georgia State University Department of Chemistry.
Learn how to visualize molecules in three different ways by building physical models, examining three-dimensional models of small and large molecules on a computer, extracting DNA from strawberries and actually ‘seeing DNA’.

Edible Vesicles. Georgia Tech Bioengineering and Bioscience Unified Graduate Students.
Alginate might come from the sea, but we use it in many foods, including drinks and ice cream. Experience the formation of edible alginate beads, learn the chemistry behind this seemingly magical phenomenon, and taste them yourself!

Science and Service. Georgia Tech Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics & Computing (CEISMC) AmeriCorps.
Ever wonder how you can use your interest in the sciences to help others? Come engage in this activity that seamlessly integrates science innovation and service to the community!

Discover Earth at Georgia Tech. Georgia Tech School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.
Build a landscape, create an earthquake, and control how lava can flow, and learn how earth scientists at Georgia Tech explore and discover the physics and chemistry that control our planet and environment.

The Art of Nanotechnology. Georgia Tech School of Mechanical Engineering.
Test your ability to NanoTHINK! See what materials really look like up close and personal.

Charging Towards the Future. Georgia Tech Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society.
Come see the chemistry behind a lemon battery and play an interactive game to learn more about renewable resources.

You Be the Chemist. Georgia Tech Polymer Network Student Association & Chemical Educational Foundation.
Come join us for hands-on lessons on growing "elephant toothpaste" and "diaper polymers".

See Cosmic Rays with a Spark Chamber. Georgia Tech Polymer Network Student Association & Chemical Educational Foundation.
Cosmic rays are constantly bombarding Earth. Approximately once per second, subatomic particles, produced when cosmic rays interact on the top of the atmosphere, go through your body. Come see these particles with a Spark Chamber.

What GTRI Scientists and Engineers Really Do! Georgia Tech Research Institute.
Come see what scientists and engineers from the Georgia Tech Research Institute do every day to solve real-world problems in Georgia and around the world.

Learn what Google is doing in the community in STEM and Computer Science through an interactive product demo for all ages.

Spectacular Spectroscopy. High Touch High Tech of Greater Atlanta
Spectroscopy is a spectacular way to understand our universe and the world around us. Rainbows are the reason we understand so much about chemicals, stars, planets and more. Step inside and explore the wonderful world of light, lasers, rainbows, and even shadows.

Hair-raising ScienceHowStuffWorks.
From black to blonde to ... blue, we humans sure have a lot of colors in our hair. Learn why hair is so colorful, try your hand at changing its color, and get a bright, new (temporary) stripe of your own.

Exploring STEM with IBMIBM.
Find out how IBM’s Watson computer won on Jeopardy! Participate in hands-on STEM activities using IBM Activity Kits. Discover Teachers TryScience resources to assist teachers and parents with project based instruction.

The Element of Surprise! Kennesaw State University Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry.
Chemistry demonstrations and hands-on activities for the curious.

Aeronautics in ActionLockheed Martin.
Come visit Lockheed Martin and learn how we use engineering to build cargo planes and combat aircraft. Build an airplane to take home.

Reliability & Electric Power. North American Electric Reliability Corporation.
Have you ever wondered where the power in your electric outlet comes from? Do you ever stop and think why it's always available? Or, do you only notice when it's not available? The reliability of electric power is a essential to all of us, so come see how we manage to keep the lights on!

AstroSurf with Smiley. Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute.
Operate a 4.6m radio telescope named Smiley. Smiley is located in western North Carolina at PARI, a fifty-year-old radio and optical observatory. You can also learn to classify stars by their spectrum through SCOPE.

Problem Solving Using Math Modeling Strategies. Progress Math.
Visually solve word problems using a touch screen. Mathematical modeling hidden in a game!

Rah! Rah! Citizen Science! Science Cheerleader & SciStarter.
Be a scientist by collecting data for real research projects. Snap pics of daytime and nighttime skies to gather data on cloud thickness and light pollution. Meet the Science Cheerleaders, professional NBA and NFL cheerleaders who are also scientists!

Magneato's World. Spelman College.
Electricity and Magnetism share a very close relationship. Like best friends, where you find one, you will likely find the other. Come see what makes their relationship so special!

The Evolution Project: An Art Experiment. Symbiosis Art + Science Alliance.
Be part of our evolution art experiment! View an exhibit of works of art generated over the course of ASF week where each piece explores how a lot of small changes, over many generations, can evolve into much larger changes. 

Women in Technology.

ENCOUNTER Zone. Explore the living world as you meet unusual plants and animals along the way and learn about the science behind them.

The Agnes Scott Laboratory Explores DNA Damage. Agnes Scott College.
Interested in learning about DNA mutations and the cool processes used to repair them? Come to The Agnes Scott Laboratory to explore these questions and more!

Plants Bite Back Atlanta Botanical Garden.
Explore plants and conservation with experts from the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Investigate some of our most amazing species, including carnivorous plants such as pitcher plants, sundews and venus flytraps. Learn what you can do to grow plants and create habitat for pollinators in your own back yard.

Hey, You Touched My Brain! Atlanta Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience & Center for Behavioral Neuroscience.
Have you ever touched a human brain? Here's your chance. You'll also find out about all the experiments neuroscientists do to understand the brain.

Wetland and Watershed Wonders. Chattahoochee Nature Center.
Watersheds are used by nature to purify our water and slow or prevent flooding.Simulate a rain event to see how water flows through a watershed, and then predict and measure its flow rate.

Green Thumbs Up! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta.
Before we recycle water bottles, we can use them for other things! Come learn how to turn empty water bottles into educational seed starters!

What Is Your Brain Really Thinking? See a Brain in Action! Emory University Child Study Center.
Which parts of your brain are involved in emotions, seeing, and language? Come see brain models, play a brain-function matching game, and view how different areas of the brain “light up” when we do certain tasks.

A Taste of Science. Emory University Chapter of Association of Women in Science.
Want to find out why candy is sweet and broccoli tastes bitter? Join the Association of Women in Science to learn about the four common types of tastes and the genetics behind how they work on your tongue.

Flower Power and Mutant Worms. Emory University, Department of Biology.
Learn about the universal importance of DNA and the information contained within. Isolate DNA from strawberries, and see what plants and worms, different organisms, look like when this information is not expressed correctly.

Mycrobes: Making the Unseen SeenEmory University, Department of Biology.
Microbes are often associated with pathogens and disease, but many bacteria are actually good for us! Learn how stinkbugs can help us learn how beneficial bacteria are acquired from the environment and established in the insect gut.

What's That Smell? Plant Chemistry in Our Food, Perfume & Medicine. Emory University Herbarium.
Did you know that plants make chemicals that give them their own special smell? Come learn about how we use these plant chemicals every day in our food, perfume, and medicine!

Roots & Shoots! Be a Citizen of the World. Emory University, Roots & Shoots.
Stop by and learn about the crazy kinds of plant and animal interactions that exist in the wild, dissect owl pellets, and learn how YOU can become an Environmental Citzen!

Nature & Nanotechnology. Fernbank Museum of Natural History.
From butterflies and lotus leaves, to magic sand and stain resistant pants. Explore Nano in nature and how we adapt it to our daily lives.

Science, Technology & Fun! Georgia Gwinnett College.
Interact with insects and volcanoes and turn regular household items into keys or touch pads. Learn about science and technology while having fun!!! 

Genes by All MeansGeorgia Tech Bioengineering and Bioscience Unified Graduate Students.
We all know that DNA is the template of life, but did you know you can extract it from food using common household products? Watch DNA be extracted from peas … right before your eyes!

Stem Cell PlinkoGeorgia Tech Bioengineering and Bioscience Unified Graduate Students.
How does a stem cell decide what type of cell to turn into? Come play an interactive plinko game to learn how scientists control stem cell differentiation!

Exploring the Tiny World of NanotechnologyGeorgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology and Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Come learn how things are different at the nanoscale in comparison to how things operate in our macroworld. Georgia Tech scientists and engineers will provide hands-on activities that will allow you to explore the nanoscale.

Hunky-Dorky HematologyGeorgia Tech Society for BioDiversity.
Come learn about what is in your blood! From platelets to lymphocytes to much much more!

BioBricks: Synthetic Biology in Atlanta. iGEM across Georgia Tech & Georgia State University.
iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machines) is an annual research competition showcasing synthetic biology projects from around the world. Meet the GSU and Tech iGEM teams and learn how synthetic biology is revolutionizing a wide range of industries including health, food, and energy. Discover the truth about GMOs and build your own biobrick constructs.

Mercer University & Mercer Health Sciences Center.
Test your senses and eat some jelly beans, get an intimate view of the Sun through a solar telescope, operate a prosthetic human hand, and make a necklace out of your own DNA.

The STEAM of Compression Frogs. Midtown International School.
How fast is your frog? Come race your frog and determine velocity, acceleration and speed using Go!Motion detectors!

Planting Smiles with Kitchen Science. Oglethorpe University. ​Come play in the dirt and discover what plants can teach us about biology and chemistry. Participants can make goulish planters, watch emerging root systems, extract vegetable dyes or use plant extracts as pH indicators.

Feed the Planarian. Spelman College.
What is a planarian? What do planarians like to eat? Do they see their food or do they smell their food? Those answers and more when you come to feed the planarian.

Cabbage Chemistry. Spelman College.
How can you use a cabbage to tell if something is acidic? Find out while you learn about acids and bases and how to test for them. 

Fossil Dig. Tellus Science Museum.
Dig through our sand and uncover ancient creatures, identify them and then pick out your favorite fossil for your own collection. What? You don't have a fossil collection? Then this is a great time to start one! Touch real dinosaur bones and meet our geologist and paleontologist! 

Wacky Fun Science Club. Youth Science Academy.
Are you ready to experience science on a totally different level? Well, here it is making science fun, bringing the science lab to our future scientist at the Atlanta Science Festival by way of Youth Science Academy Wacky Fun Science Club. Let’s learn, be curious, and expose the excitement of science together!

Mystery Boxes. Zoo Atlanta.
Animals must rely on their senses to survive in the wild. Can you guess what object is inside each box by using your senses?

THRIVE Zone. Learn how science is helping advance human health.

Cancer Control Science and Research: Making the Connection. American Cancer Society.
Come learn about how our research findings develop into cancer control guidelines, and how we incorporate those guidelines into everyday life activities to help in the prevention of cancer. Engage in physical activities and take away tools to help with your own prevention.

Understanding Cancer to Prevent It.. Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Join us to learn about the anatomy of cancer and ways to build the healthiest you to prevent cancer.

The World of CDC. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Learn more about the science and technology of public health--visit the CDC booth!

Science for EveryBODY: Circulating Knowledge. Chattahoochee Technical College.
Imagine traveling the equivalent of twice the earth’s circumference at breakneck speed, stopping to load and unload precious cargo along the way. Sound exhausting? Now imagine making that same journey every 2 minutes! Embark with us on an incredible journey through the human circulatory system.

We Make Everyday Life Better, Every Day. The Clorox Company.
See how science, technology, engineering & mathematics helped to develop the consumer products we use daily.

Rapid Ebola Detection Screening (REDS). Emory University Department of Biology.
Learn about detecting infectious agents like Ebola and find out how viruses are transmitted through a colorful interactive activity.

Exercise, Hydration, and Science. Emory University Center for the Study of Human Health.
How do muscles contract and why does exercise make them stronger? How does exercise help strengthen your bones? What is the best way to rehydrate after exercising? Learn the answers to these questions and find out more about the positive benefits of nutrition and exercise on your lifelong health.

Nanoparticles in Our Everyday LivesEmory University Department of Chemistry.
Everyone talks about how nanotechnology is the future, but didn’t you know? It is already here! Discover why nanomaterials hold such great potential and learn the chemistry that makes them work.

Improving Brain Tumor Surgery with Advanced Imaging Technology. Emory University Department of Radiology.
How do brain surgeons find tumor in the operating room, how do they differentiate normal brain tissue from cancer tissue, and how do they make sure they've removed all of the tumor? We will show you some of the exciting new technology that surgeons are currently using at Emory University to do these things and illustrate some of the physical principles underlying these medical innovations that are helping save the lives of patients with brain tumors.

DETECTing Concussions. DETECT.
Concussions have gotten a lot of attention recently in the news. GT & Emory researchers and clinicians will share what we do and don't know about concussion prevention, assessment, and risks to life-long health. Neuropsychological and balance testing are emerging tools and the latest technology will be available for demonstration.

Prosthetics and Orthotics. Georgia Tech Masters of Prosthetics and Orthotics.
Learn what is like to be an amputee and try to do simple activities wearing a prosthetic device made for individuals with all their limbs intact.

Go Farther, Jump Higher, Be Stronger. Georgia Tech School of Applied Physiology.
Whether you’re trying to dunk like an NBA player, carry in the groceries, or just cope with the Atlanta heat, our proposed exhibits will illuminate how knowledge of basic physiology can be used to optimize our bodies’ performance.

Human Factors in Your World. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Georgia Tech and Clemson Chapters.
Have you ever considered why electronic devices, machines, signs, or other objects you use every day are extremely easy to use in some cases, but other times they are very difficult? Learnt what the human factors field is and how it impacts the usability of so many things in our everyday lives.

Digestion of Fats. Morehouse School of Medicine.
Did you know that a chemical compound in your liver performs a job similar to your teeth? It helps to break down fats and oils so that digestion can occur more easily. Eventually, the fat and oil are changed into a form that can be used by the body for energy.

Pardon the Interruption: The Effects of Stroke. Morehouse School of Medicine.
What are the effects of stroke? Participants will explore symptoms of stroke through simulations and acquire information on prevention and treatment.

Everybody Poops. Wish for WASH, LLC.
Come by and see the latest in our engineering of...toilets - especially for sanitation relief in refugee communities. Do a sit test on our toilet because #everybodypoops!

Don't Get Burned by Sunscreen. ACS & The Wood Acres School.
Do the numbers really make a difference? Roll up your sleeve, get stamped with a little "sunshine" and SPF protection to find out.

Women Who Rock in Biology. Young Women in Bio
Celebrate female scientists during Women History Month in March. Additionally, enjoy demos on extracting strawberry DNA, color chromatography, lily dissection, and a cell workshop.

INVENT Zone. Science and creativity meet in this area where you can see and make inventions that help society.

Amateur Radio is Science. American Radio Relay League (ARRL), Georgia Section.
An interactive Amateur (Ham) Radio experience. Exhibiting electronics in action, digital communications interfaces both old and new, out of this world satellite communications, communicating with Morse code and introducing educators to the possibilities and advantages of an amateur radio station in the classroom.

Block Head 3D Scanning.Berry College Creative Technologies.
Become a BlockHead! Have your head 3D scanned and printed out on card stock. Cut it out. Fold it into a cube. There is your head on 5 sides of a block. Receive the file by email if you would like.

How Do We Move? How Do We Build? Centennial Academy.
Kids are invited to come build, test, and tweak roller coasters and towers while secretly learning science, engineering, and math concepts! Centennial Academy students will lead demonstrations and hands-on activities taken from their own classroom experience to show how engineering connects classroom learning to the real world.

Full Speed Ahead! Build a Homopolar Motor. Cox Automotive.
Build your own homopolar motor, and learn how magnets and current interact to form a motor powered by Lorentz force.

Converting Light and Water into EnergyEmory University Pi Alpha Chemical Society.
Graduate student researchers at Emory will teach you about cutting-edge research on how we can use water and sunlight as sources of renewable energy. Make your own water-fueled rocket and learn about properties of light and energy.

Renewable Resources from TreesGeorgia-Pacific.
So many of life's simple necessities come from trees. Make your own paper and see how recycled content is used in paper-making.

Electrifying! Build a Motor with Georgia State. Georgia State University Undergraduate STEM Research Society.
Learn how to build an electric motor causing mechanical movement through the use of currents.

Makers Meet. Georgia Tech Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics & Computing (CEISMC).
Come to Makers Meet to compete in Georgia Tech's Pop-Bot Rumble and Robo Dash! Innovation and Ingenuity will lead you to victory in these interactive, hands-on events! Race against the clock to pop more balloons than your competitor and navigate a tricky obstacle course using remote controlled robots! Risks Associated with Activity: Exhaustion due to the level of fun to be had.

Papermaking. Georgia Tech Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking
Hypothesize which of two cotton pulps will dry more quickly, and then test your theory by making your own sheet of paper!

Oscillations and the Rhythm of Life. Georgia Tech School of Physics.
We will demonstrate oscillations, which are rhythms important to life, with chemicals and mechanical experiments. We will also have hands-on activity for children to make their own saline oscillator experiment from items they can find in their own home!

Georgia, USA.

Explore Awesomeness. Maker Faire Atlanta and Decatur Makers.
Decatur Makers, an all ages makerspace in downtown Decatur, will be teaming up with Maker Faire Atlanta, an annual event showcasing makers from all over the southeast, to show off (and let you interact with) some of our creations that help demonstrate amazing science, technology, and math.

PLAY Zone. An area for our very youngest scientists (age 0-7) to explore hands-on science and enjoy entertainment especially designed for little ones.

Roob and Noob, Theatre for the Very Young. The Alliance Theatre.
Meet Roob & Noob: two overly curious scientists who love nothing more than discovering something new. Join them on an interactive adventure, as they build machines from simple objects and explore the wonder and sensations of each of the four seasons. Inspired by the magical Rube Goldberg machines, this unique theatrical performance combines science and the arts, proving that sometimes the most profound discoveries are achieved by simply playing. This program is for toddlers.

Exploration Station. Big Thinkers Science Exploration.
STEM-tific exploration to engage the most curious young scientists. Visit the Big Thinkers' play lab to try your chemical reactions, bubbling potions, and electrifying experiments.

Science Caricatures. NSF/NASA Center for Chemical Evolution.
Have a caricature drawn of yourself as a scientist!

Innovator's Playground. The Children's School.

Bite Size Science for Bite Size Scientists. Georgia State University Early Childhood Education.
Physical science activities designed for the under 8 set and children at heart.

The Art of Chemistry. Georgia Tech, Alpha Chi Sigma.
Brushes are boring. Make art with chemistry!

It's All Fun and Games: The Science of Play. Georgia State University, Psi Chi.
Science has shown that play (yes, play!) is important for all kinds of learning. Playing games not only promotes motor and cognitive skills, but can also help with regulation of emotion and the development of social abilities in cooperation, sharing, turn taking, and conflict resolution. Come see how play promotes development throughout the lifespan.

Bubble-ology. The SAE School.
Bubbles are beautiful, fun, and fascinating, but do you know what they are and how they work? The real fun is in experimenting with the bubble mixtures and original bubble making devices, so come take a look at the science behind bubbles!

A place to sit down, take a break and grab some food. Then visit Georgia Power's activity booth and see what it takes to power a lightbulb! Generate electricity by pedaling a stationary bike connected to a generator and watch your mechanical energy turn into electricity that lights up a lightbulb.

SCIENCE ON WHEELS Climb aboard these mobile laboratories to see science in action.

Animal Meet and Greet. Georgia Aquarium.
Come and check out some of our Georgia Aquarium ambassadors. Get up close and personal with an animal to learn what makes it unique.

Georgia Natural Gas.
Check out our CNG vehicle!

Georgia Power Electric Vehicle.
Learn how electricity is used to power up our automobiles!

Georgia State University's Bio-Bus.
Climb on board the Bio-Bus to learn from GSU students about ANIMALS (from coral and sponges to insects and mammals) and MATTER (“slime”, “oobleck”, and polymers).

STE(A)M Truck.
Take a tour of STE(A)M Truck, the Southeast's first mobile makerspace, and see what youth can do when we give them the right tools. Then open up one of our innovative STE(A)M Trunk challenges.

Solar Viewing. Sun Gun Telescope.
Live views of sunspots on a large screen.

Check out the schedule for this pavilion featuring science sessions for elementary school kids. Have you ever met the Sand Princess? Discovered the science inside an Oreo? Or tasted DNA? Come discover how fun science can be with Iin the Kids Science Pavilion. Brought to you by IEEE.