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Saturday, October 14, 9am-4pm

  • BLM — State Fire Mitigation and Education
  • Boise Public Library — Fun with robots and 3D printing!
  • Boise State University Admissions
  • Boise State AIAA Student Chapter - How are RC airplanes built? Meet current engineering students and learn about aerospace and aeronautics
  • Boise State Creative Technologies Association — Learn about cutting-edge technology and how it can be used to create new forms of multimedia entertainment experiences for audiences of all sizes.
  • Boise State Geosciences - AR Sandbox
  • Boise State Electrical Engineering Department — Snap Circuits are fun!
  • Boise State Intermountain Bird Observatory - Meet some real life Ornithologists and learn about the creatures they study. That's right, we're talking about birds! How much does a hummingbird weigh? How does an sod see in the dark? How far can a Long-billed Curlew fly? Learn all this and more at the IBO's interactive touch-table.
  • Boise State Microgravity Team
  • Boise State Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
  • Elevate your Life — Experience a scale model airshow aircraft
  • FIRST Robotics Treasure Valley — See robots in action, and learn about these exciting programs and competitions for students from K-12
  • Get Set Inc. — Inspiring learners with technology
  • Girl Scouts of Silver Sage - Explore the new STEM curriculum and try your hand at some of the activities needed to earn a badge! The new content centers around engineering, computer science and outdoor STEM.
  • Gowen —Idaho Military Museum —Jeep, small cannon and table with displays
  • Gowen Field — Engine Exposed
  • Idaho Society of Professional Land Surveyors — Look through a total station, and learn about cool careers in land surveying
  • Idaho Virtual Reality Council — Experience virtual reality
  • Idaho LEGO Users Group and IDEABRICKWORKS Design within Constraint - A STEM activity using LEGO bricks! Come and learn about how engineers and scientists work with and solve complex problems, even if there are limits on what they can do. You will build a tower and be measured on several criteria. Each hour, there will be winners narned and awards (LEGO of course) provided! Come and work with LEGO and learn about problem-solving and have a ton of fun!
  • LIGO Hanford Observatory - Enjoy hands on science activities and learn about gravitational waves.
  • Slant Robotics - Play with and program 3D printed robots
  • STEMbusUSA.org — Explore the interactive STEM bus featuring hands-on activities including virtual reality, circuitry, robotics, and more!
  • Treasure Valley Near Space — What can you As with $150 worth of balloon and helium? You can send experiments into near space! While conducting experiments in atmospheric and cosmic ray studies, remote sensing of the Earth's surface, radio wave propagation, and astronomical and technological evaluations, we discover more about the world around us. Near space is a poorman's space program. See how missions are performed and how students can do experiments in this close analog to outer space.

Sunday, October 15, 9am-4pm

  • BLM — State Fire Mitigation and Education
  • Boise State Electrical Engineering Department — Snap Circuits are fun! Boise State Intermountain Bird Observatory - Meet some real life Ornithologists and learn about the creatures they study. That's right, we're talking about birds! How much does a hummingbird weigh? How does an owl see in the dark? How far can a Long-billed Curlew fly? Learn all this and more at the IBO's interactive touch-table.
  • Boise State University Admissions
  • Elevate your Life — Experience a scale model airshow aircraft
  • Engineering For Kids
  • FIRST Robotics Treasure Valley — See robots in action, and learn about these exciting programs and competitions for students from K-12
  • Get Set Inc. — Inspiring learners with technology
  • Gowen — Idaho Military Museum —Jeep, small cannon and table with displays
  • Gowen Field — Engine Exposed
  • Idaho Society of Professional Land Surveyors — Look through a total station, and learn about cool careers in land surveying
  • Idaho Virtual Reality Council — Experience virtual reality
  • LIGO Hanford Observatory - Enjoy hands on science activities and learn about gravitational waves.
  • NASA Ames Research Center
  • Slant Robotics - Play with and program 3D printed robots
  • STEMbusUSA.org — Explore the interactive STEM bus featuring hands-on activities including virtual reality, circuitry, robotics, and more!
  • Treasure Valley Near Space — What can you do with $150 worth of balloon and helium? You can send experiments into near space! While conducting experiments in atmospheric and cosmic ray studies, remote sensing of the Earth's surface, radio wave propagation, and astronomical and technological evaluations, we discover more about the world around us. Near space is a poorman's space program. See how missions are performed and how students can do experiments in this close analog to outer space.