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Discovery Days at Cal State East Bay -- part of Bay Area Science Fest

  • August 6, 2013

Science festivals are not new to Cal State East Bay, as they are a biennial tradition dating back to 1974. College of Science faculty, staff and students are particularly excited to kick off the Bay Area Science Festival with this Discovery Day.

Approximately 50 activities are scheduled, with demonstrations, experiments, hands-on-activities, exhibits, lectures and much much more. Participation by everyone is encouraged, especially by school-age children.  Everyone – young and old – can experience the wonders of science.

Among the attractions will be:

  • Chemistry Magic Show
  • Life of a Criminalist
  • Geophysical Prospecting
  • Fossil Casting
  • Observing the Sun with a Telescope
  • Mathematical Puzzles
  • Statistics Funhouse
  • Computer Simulation
  • Psychology Playground
  • Potpourri of Physics
  • Health Screenings
  • Robot  in Action
  • Sea slugs, Bugs & other Creatures

Representatives from UCSF, Chabot Space and Science Center, Lawrence Hall of Science, and the AstroWizard are expected to participate.

Exhibit and activity list available on 9/28.

When: Saturday October 26th, 11AM-4 PM

Where: Cal State East Bay Hayward Campus, Science Buildings, 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, Hayward, CA 94542
Parking is available in lots D,E,F,&G, closest to the Science festival activities in the North & South Science Buildings.

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