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AT&T Park will become a science wonderland when the Bay Area Science concludes with this FREE science extravaganza on Sunday November 6th. The event showcases the intrigue and pure fun of science with a non-stop program of interactive exhibits, experiments, games, and shows, all meant to entertain and inspire. Over 170 exhibits will overwhelm AT&T Park – are you ready to unleash your inner scientist?

Exhibitors:

Alpha Chi Sigma NASA Stratospheric Observatory For Infrared Astronomy
Amgen Nea Community Learning Center
American Chemical Society Onyx Pharamaceuticals
Aquarium of the Bay PG&E
Association for Women in Science Practice Fusion
Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP) Radio Disney
Bay Area Biotechnology Education Consortium Red Hill Studios
Bayer Rigel Pharmaceuticals
Brush with Science San Francisco State University
California Academy of Sciences San Jose Children’s Discovery Museum/
California Firewood Task Force San Jose State – Green Ninjas
California Geological Survey San Jose State University College of Engineering
California Institute for Regenerative Medicine San Jose State University College of Science
California Section ACS San Francisco Friends School
Celsius And Beyond Sandia National Laboratories
Center for Automotive Research at Stanford Save the Redwoods League
Center for Probing the Nanoscale SaveNature.Org
Chabot Space & Science Center Science Tarot & Made With Molecules
CCSF — Earth Sciences Department Skyline College – MESA
CCSF + GIS Education Center Squids4Kids
CCSF Engineering Club SRI International
ClimateChangeEducation.Org Stanford at the Tech
Cognitive Science Student Association Stanford Optical Society
College of Science, San Jose State University Stanford Solar Center
Community Resources for Science Stanford University
Computer History Museum Techbridge
Discovery Street Tours Tekla Labs
Downtown High School The Tech Museum
Earth Science-Quake Catcher Network U.S. Geological Survey
Earth Sciences UC Berkeley
Fletcher Lab – UC Berkeley UC Berkeley Astronomy Department
Foothill College UC Berkeley Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
Gladstone Institutes UC Santa Cruz OpenLab
JH Techonologies UCB Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
KQED UCSC OpenLab
Lawrence Hall of Science UCSF – Graduate Students
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory/ UCSF Center for Educational Partnerships
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory UCSF CTSI
MAREY Laboratory, San Francisco State University UCSF Human Performance Center
Marine Activities, Resources & Education (MARE) UCSF iGEM Team/Center For System and Synthetic Biology
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute UCSF Postdoctoral Scholars
Mattos Elementary – Science Magnet School in Fremont UCSF Science & Health Education Partnership (SEP)
NASA Astrobiology Institute University of California Museum of Paleontology
NASA Lunar Science Institute University of California, Berkeley / Science@Cal
NASA’s Kepler Mission You CAN Do The Rubik’s Cube

 

Transportation
We encourage everyone to take mass transit to AT&T Park. The park is serviced by Caltrain, MUNI, and BART. For complete directions including parking information, please visit AT&T Park Website.

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