Explore interactive demonstrations and hands-on science activities at Jumpstart Your Success with Physical Sciences! Mesa College STEM faculty will host demonstrations promoting physical sciences, including sun telescope viewing, catapult building, bridge engineering - all culminating with an exciting Exploding Volcano Demonstration!
Parking in any major city is a stressful experience and feeding the meter is an annoying one. It’s time to engineer the problem away! Join The Machine Learning Society and CyberTECH on March 2–4 at XY Oracle Network offices for San Diego’s first Blockchain Hackathon. Hack the ledger by developing state-of-the-art applications for Smart Cities on the Blockchain.
Challenges will bring together Blockchain developers, Artificial Intelligence experts and Cybersecurity professionals to deploy robust traffic management solutions that fundamentally re-imagine urban transportation.
Speaker: Ying Shirley Meng, Ph.D., Associate Professor Department of Nano Engineering University of California, San Diego.
High energy, long life, rechargeable batteries are considered an important technological opportunity to reduce production of greenhouse gasses. What standards should be set for safety of new energy storage technologies? And, who should enforce those standards? Join us for this program to learn about these exciting developments as well as discussing how best to meet potential social and ethical challenges.
Marine Science Day is a free showcase of SDSU’s marine lab facility and scientific research for the public, hosted by MEBSA, the Marine Ecology and Biology Student Association. Throughout the day there will be family-friendly activities, research talks given by students and faculty, games, a marine life touch tank, SCUBA gear demonstrations, raffle, and much more!
The Urban Growth team invites you to discover the world of hydroponics and urban farming. Learn about unique engineering designs that help you conserve water and grow food almost anywhere!
Tecolote Nature Center
Join San Diego Yoga Festival’s FREE closing ceremony: a powerful AUM meditation circle filled with thousands of people! We are going to make history and set a world record as we sit together meditating in unity for peace for the self and the world on the beach as the sun sets for San Diego's LARGEST meditation circle and the world's first, organized and largest 108 AUM Circle.
SDCCU has partnered with the San Diego County Office of Education and Live Well San Diego to provide educators the SDCCU Biz Kid$ program, a financial literacy initiative that teaches kids about money and business. The program includes an Emmy Award-winning television series from the creators of Bill Nye the Science Guy, free classroom curriculum, outreach activities and a website for kids. All of the Biz Kid$ episodes adhere to national, state and local standards for financial literacy and entrepreneurship education.
Don't just learn about science this week, do it. Regional science efforts throughout San Diego County need your help. Learn about how you can contribute to over 20 local science efforts, while doing things you enjoy. Do science while you hike, surf, read, fish, garden, play online games, and more. Participate in a Wikipedia edit-a-thon and help increase the coverage of women scientists in Wikipedia. Enjoy lectures about how members of the public have made amazing contributions to local research projects. Anyone can help science--find out how at this FREE event.
The Biocom Institute Festival of Science & Engineering is a week-long educational experience from March 4-12 that is FREE and open to the public. Kicking off the week on March 4th is EXPO Day at PETCO Park (from 10am-5pm), which is the largest event of the week, with over 120 different handson activities for kids and families. Engage, explore, and get excited about science, technology, engineering and math! For full details and up to date information, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter @loveSTEMsd