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  •   Explore it All With Lockheed!
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Lockheed Martin is the founding and host sponsor for the USA Science & Engineering Festival. We are proud to partner again on this important and inspirational event to encourage future generations of engineers, scientists, and explorers. The Lockheed Martin experience will engage Festival-goers in interactive, high-tech exhibits. Our creative and innovative engineers, scientists, and technologists will inspire students, parents, and teachers by demonstrating how science and technology make a profound difference to our world, in areas such as aerospace, next generation robotics, green energy, weather tracking, and cyber security.
  •   Destination Antarctica
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Take a "trip" to Antarctica! Try on cold weather gear and learn what it is like to live and work in the coldest place on Earth. Plus, take a moment to stop by the Antarctica photo booth and you may be able to take a photo with a penguin!
  •   Mars One
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Would you ever live on Mars? Find out more about the Mars One missions based on the Lockheed Martin Phoenix Mars Lander design. Plus, take a photo "living" on Mars and post through your favorite social media channel. #scifest
  •   Orion Human Space Flight Simulator
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    How would you like to rendezvous with an asteroid? Now is your chance! Pilot the Orion Human Space Flight simulator and use actual flight controls to pilot the Orion Capsule.
  •   NASA Exploration Design Challenge
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Help protect the Orion astronauts by designing a way to protect them from space radiation. Plus, if you participate then your name will fly on Orion's first Exploration Flight Test in September, serving as honorary virtual crew!
  •   Sandia National Laboratories
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Imagine being surrounded by sticky foam that literally stops you in your tracks. Use a robotic hand to disable an explosive device or pick up a quarter. Sniff out dangerous chemicals with a chemistry lab you can hold in your hand. Explore how Sandia is using technology to make the world safer.
  •   Girls Inc.
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Light up your world by getting a small bulb to work using only a D cell battery and some insulated wire.
  •   Personalized Medicine
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    What is a genome? Find out through an iPad genome browser and learn how genomics can positively affect personalized medicine!
  •   Multi-spectrum Tracking
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Learn how structured light, lasers and optics are used to capture motion and track movements for video games and robotics research.
  •   Mission Capabilities Powered by Cloud Computing
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Did you know that you use cloud computing in your personal life? Come see how we use cloud for critical missions like emergency response, energy savings and space exploration!
  •   Synfire Chains
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Have you ever wondered how a bird learns, generates and recognizes their own complex songs? Emulate a bird's neural network and learn how this dynamic neural network can be applied to mild traumatic brain injury, cybersecurity and more!
  •   TOPSCENE/TacWarrior
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Take flight with this 3D immersive simulation of a fixed wing aircraft or helicopter from a chase vehicle perspective.
  •   Virtual World Framework
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Real world scenarios are often worked in a team or in collaboration with others. Try out this game-like training application with other students to perform a particular task.
  •   Human Immersive Lab
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Being able to "do the work" ahead of time prepares people for the unexpected. Try on this amazing gear and "do the work" on the F35.
  •   Project Lead The Way
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    With Project Lead The Way, working with engineering, computer science and technology starts today! Gain a deeper understanding of concepts through fun activities such as building and flying your own glider!
  •   Let's Talk Privacy
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Are you staying safe online? Play this jeopardy style game to learn important tips and gain privacy awareness!
  •   Mandrake Secure Gesture
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Did you know simple passwords can be cracked using open source applications? Learn more and find out about Mandrake, a gesture-based password application for touch screen devices!
  •   F-35 Cockpit Demo
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Take to the skies in the F35 flight simulator!
  •   F16 Cockpit Demo
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Take to the skies in the F16 flight simulator!
  •   F22 Cockpit Demo
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Take to the skies in the F22 flight simulator!
  •   Prepar3D194174 Flight Simulator
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Immersive simulation provides a virtual reality platform for learning and training scenarios. Take the pilots seat and test your flying skills in this simulated environment!
  •   Helicopter Simulator
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Take to the Washington, D.C. skies in the MH-60 flight simulator!
  •   Large-scale 3D Printing Robot
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    3D Printers are great, but are limited in both size and print speed. Check out this Additive Manufacturing system and see a large robot build a structure!
  •   MakerBot™
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Build your own bracelet on an iPad MakerBot™ app. Maybe yours will even be 3D printed live at the festival!
  •   Interactive Nanotube
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Take a walk through the nanotube to learn about the world of nanotechnology.
  •   Surface Science
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Nanotechnologists made a lab coat that can repel water from its surface. Don't believe it? With a technologist wearing the lab coat, you test it out using super soakers!
  •   The World of Nano
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Check out the amazing world of nanotechnology in this new iPad app!
  •   Robot Rescue Challenge
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Pilot a blimp through a challenging course, to rescue a stranded team member. While you're there, learn about all the different ways there are to control robots.
  •   FIRST Robotics
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Take a look at the 2014 AERIAL ASSISTSM robotics competition as student built robots score as many goals as possible during a match.
  •   4-H Science
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Try out a SuGO™ today! What's a SuGO™? SuGO™ are Sumo Wrestling Lego Robots, and now's your chance to play lightning fast SuGO™ matches with 4-H!
  •   MIT Cheetah
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    What in the world is biomimetics? Find out at this amazing cheetah-inspired robot demonstration!
  •   MIT Kaa
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Have you ever seen a snake robot? Now's your chance! Plus, ask the creators how it was done!
  •   MIT Ocelot
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    An ocelot is commonly known as a little leopard. Now's your chance to see a robot ocelot run and talk to its creators!
  •   Flying Robot Musicians
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Did you know that tiny flying robots could be musicians? Listen to these amazing robots play a cool song!
  •   OmniGlobe
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Interact with this amazing globe to simulate various scenarios with the sun, planets, and major moons of the solar system, climate change, earthquakes and much more.
  •   Fueling the Future
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    What does NASCAR have to do with science, technology, engineering and math? A lot! Take a look at a NASCAR car and interact with future drivers, engineers and technologists. Plus, take a remote control car for a spin on a fun raceway!
  •   The Weather Channel
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Have you ever wanted to forecast the weather? Now's your chance with the interactive Weather Wall! Film your own forecast with the Weather Channel!
  •   Witricity
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Everything seems to have wireless capabilities today, even power! Using LEDs, see how wireless power works with Witricity technology.
  •   Engineers in the Classroom
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    Bring engineering to life with Lockheed Martin engineers! Join our team in hands-on activities designed by our partner National Geographic.
  •   Catch the Wave: Innovations in Energy
    by Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1601
    You use it every day - to power your TVs, game consoles, or other electronic devices - but do you know how power grids work? Learn more about energy systems and renewable energy sources by joining us in fun games of energy jeopardy and Where's The Power Source?
  •   Amgen Biotech Experience: Scientific Discovery for the Classroom
    by 24ZCANCEL - Amgen Biotech Experience, Washington, D.C. Metro National Security Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1856
    To carry out genetic engineering, you need good laboratory skills. Come gain practice in the use of micropipettes and gel electrophoresis - two critical skills for biotechnology.
  •   TBD
    by 24ZCANCEL - MindSpec Engineering Pavilion, Hall A, Booth Number 559
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  •   Nautilus Magazine
    by 24ZCANCEL - Nautilus Magazine Natural Sciences Pavilion, Hall D, Booth Number 5844
    What makes humans unique. Pick the words that define humanity on our interactive game and see what makes us special.
  •   The Sky's the Limit
    by 3D Robotics Engineering Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1461
    Join the 3D Robotics team for an exciting look at the evolution of unmanned aerial vehicle technology. We'll talk about how our dynamic open source community of developers, hobbyists and enthusiasts is enabling boundless innovation. Share your ideas for future applications and enjoy a live demo of some of 3DR's aircraft, including IRIS, our powerful new autonomous quadcopter!
  •   Fun With 3D Printing
    by 3D Systems Engineering Pavilion, Hall A, Booth Number 1039
    Watch 3D printers in action and get inside the exciting world of 3D technology! Learn about the print materials, on-demand parts and software that goes into 3D printing - and start having fun with it right away. Discover how a 3D project advances from the drawing board to something you can hold in your hand, wow!
  •   3Doodler Doodle Lab
    by 3Doodler Engineering Pavilion, Hall A, Booth Number 1037
    Join us and experience the 3Doodler, the world's first 3D printing pen, first hand. Try it for yourself and create spaceships, the Eiffel Tower, gears, your name in 3D, scale models, or anything else your imagination can dream up.
  •   Innovation at Work
    by 3M Engineering Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 2737
    Don't know 3M? Come learn how close you always are to 3M technologies---at home, school, work or play. Interactive examples of select 3M product technologies will be presented. Meet our parters: Destination Imagination brings the creative problem solving process into afterschool programs and classrooms around the world. Sparticl a free, interactive science website for teens for browsing or homework help.
  •   Securing the Future in a High Tech Environment
    by 4th Estate - NSA National Security Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1859
    Discover a WW2 German Enigma cipher machine, Presidential car phone and covert listening devices with the NSA! The National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) is home to America's codemakers and codebreakers. The National Security Agency has provided timely information to U.S. decision makers and military leaders for more than half a century.
  •   Exciting Worlds of Engineering
    by AAEES Earth Sciences Pavilion, Hall C, Booth Number 3340
    Explore the diverse world of engineering! Check out ways in which engineering is at the forefront of developing sustainable energy, and helping to improve technologies used in agriculture. There's so much one can do with Engineering!
  •   ABET - Your Key to the STEM Future
    by ABET Career Pavilion, Hall A, Booth Number 1
    Come visit ABET at the College Fair! ABET is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization that accredits college and university programs in the disciplines of applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology. ABET accredits over 3,100 programs at more than 670 colleges and universities in 24 countries. ABET provides specialized, programmatic accreditation that evaluates an individual program of study, rather than evaluating an institution as a whole.
  •   Explore Model Aviation! Learn to Fly!
    by Academy of Model Aeronautics, National Free Flight Society, Flying Aces Club Astronomy and Space Exploration Pavilion, Hall E, Booth Number 6319
    How Much Fun is Flying Models? Find out by building a flying model airplane and learning how to fly on a flight simulator. Learn all about the different types of model aircraft and how you can get started flying today while learning about aerodynamics and aeronautics!
  •   ACT - Your STEM Partner!
    by ACT Math and Computer Science Pavilion, Hall C, Booth Number 4011
    Did you know that ACT can help you take the first step towards a successful STEM career or college choice? Come see us to start your journey! We will help you determine your interests and how best to meet your goals. Stop by Conference Room #140 A to check out ACT's free college and career planning tool, ACT Profile!
  •   Out of This World Fun by Activity Rocket
    by Activity Rocket Astronomy and Space Exploration Pavilion, Hall E, Booth Number 6101
    Your one-stop website for finding STEM classes and camps presents an interactive pavillion where you can try your favorite activities - legos, robotics and so much more!
  •   Stick to Science & Engineering!
    by Adhesive & Sealant Council Career Pavilion, Hall A, Booth Number 240
    Love glue? So do we! Stop by our booth to learn how the world around you is made up of so many things that adhesives & sealants help create; it will astound you! We'll show you an interesting video on how sticky critters found in nature are contributing to innovation in our industry. You can design a magnet and watch our glue expert assemble it for you to take home in seconds! We will even have a raffle for all the DIY adults who come by our booth, sponsored by DAP.
  •   Young Scientists
    by Aerospace Corporation Astronomy and Space Exploration Pavilion, Hall DE, Booth Number 6311
    See the world of science through the eyes of a child. Interact with middle and high school students as they present their amazing experiments that explore the wonder of all things science. Their exploration of science is sure to spark your own curiosity of the world around you. The Aerospace Corporation encourages and promotes the advancement of science and math education with our youth to inspire students to consider careers in STEM disciplines.
  •   Water Monitoring with Aerial Robots
    by Aerotestra LLC Engineering Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 1463
    A whole world of possibilities has emerged with the invention of small unmanned aircraft. With approximately 70% of our planet covered by water, the ability to measure and monitor the health of our water supply is at the top of that list. We will demonstrate how using an amphibious, autonomous quadcopter, landing on the surface of a body of water and testing for conditions like pH( acidity), temperature, and dissolved oxygen with virtual monitoring stations is possible. In fact we are doing it.. These measurements can provide us will a lot of information to understand the health of the water and the organisms that live in it. There will be hands involvement seeing how the different sensors measure the conditions of water samples and explanations of how these measurements affect the overall health of the ecosystem. No bathing suits will be required to participate and learn. :)
  •   Afterschool and Summer STEM
    by Afterschool Alliance Math and Computer Science Pavilion, Hall C, Booth Number 3901
    Afterschool and summer programs offer exciting hands-on, project-based learning, that make science and engineering come alive for kids! Check out what some innovative programs are doing to engage, teach, and inspire youth! Parents can also pick up resources to help them connect to and advocate for high-quality afterschool and summer STEM programs in their communities. This booth is hosted by the Afterschool Alliance, National Afterschool Association and the National Summer Learning Association.
  •   Discovery Begins with Measurement -- Improving the Quality of Life
    by Agilent Technologies Health and Medicine Pavilion, Hall A, Booth Number 501
    Measurement touches virtually every aspect of our daily lives: the quality of our air, water and food and the effectiveness of our pharmaceuticals. Learn how scientists and engineers use high-precision spectroscopy instruments to make our world a better place to live. Hands-on activities provide opportunities for older students to explore the science fundamentals of using infrared spectroscopy in the analysis of solids, liquids and gases. Students will also be given the opportunity to test UV protection levels of various sunglass lenses. Younger students will build a simple direct current (DC) circuit with real electronic components. Then they will measure the effects of resistors and LEDs in the circuit through the use of a student digital multimeter. Agilent is looking forward to discussing the power of measurement with you -- our measure is your success!
  •   Environmental Education for All Ages
    by Air & Waste Management Association Earth Sciences Pavilion, Hall C, Booth Number 3241
    The Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) believes that environmental education needs to be a continuous process that is both lifelong and forward looking. A&WMA members believe that one of the best ways to achieve their goal of a clean and healthy environment is to improve the environmental literacy of our youth. As future decision-makers and voters, students need to be exposed to factual information about the environment, including pollution prevention, so they can make responsible, informed environmental decisions now, and in the future.
  •   3D Printers that Make 3D Printers
    by Airwolf 3D Engineering Pavilion, Hall B, Booth Number 3125
    We make 3D printers that make 3D printers. In about one day, a machine can print enough parts to make another machine. Once the new machine is assembled and made active, it's first job is to make parts for another machine, and so on and so on. Visit the booth and see the "self-replicating" process in action and try to guess which parts are 3D printed and which are not.
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