Sunday
November 6, 2016


UCLA Campus
Court of Sciences

Noon – 5 pm
Nighttime Activities: 5 pm – 8 pm


Free Admission!
(UCLA Parking: $12)

Science Booths

Astronomy

  • Celestron
  • Comets
  • Exoplanets
  • Gamma Ray Astronomy
  • Grace from Outer Space
  • How do you find something you cannot see?
  • Pocket Solar System
  • Planetarium Shows (free, 12:30 pm – 8 pm)
  • Rockets
  • SOFIA: The Flying Observatory
  • Solar Telescopes
  • Stars and Stellar Evolution
  • Telescope Viewing and Star Party (after dark)
  • Thirty Meter Telescope

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

  • Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Biology

  • Come learn about brains!
  • Elegant Mind Club
  • Evonauts: Explore the Tree of Life
  • Flex Your Muscles
  • Polarization of light and the ballistocardiograph
  • Science and Food

Chemistry and Biochemistry

  • Alpha Chi Sigma’s Magic Show
  • Chemistry with Household Items
  • Everyday Nanoscience
  • SACNAS at UCLA
  • Student Members of the American Chemical Society

Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences

  • The BGS Rock Room
  • Dawn Mission
  • Diviner Lunar Radiometer
  • Forecasting Killer Electrons
  • Meteorites
  • Planetary Fluids
  • Space Weather and the Aurora — ELFIN Cubesat

Engineering

  • Bruin Spacecraft Group
  • Just Truss Me
  • Solar Power and More!
  • UC Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology

Mathematics

  • Mathematics: You Can Count On It

Physics

  • Battery School
  • Dark Room
  • Electromagnetism Labs
  • Holograms
  • Magic and Mystery of Light
  • Physics Demonstrations Show
  • Sound and Waves

Psychology

  • Psychology In Action

Other

  • Ask a Scientist
  • Inspire Charter Schools
  • Interaxon

Science Talks

Explorer Series


(Younger Audience)


12:30 pm – 5:00 pm,
Kinsey Pavilion 1200

  • 12:30 pm Mariano Loza-Coll
    Fruit flies: Teeny-tiny giants teaching us about stem cells
  • 1:15 pm Hilary Godwin
    How to stay happy in a hotter, drier Los Angeles
  • 2:00 pm Richard Kaner
    Fun with plastics
  • 2:45 pm Zachary Ballard & Hatice Koydemir
    Can your cell-phone see cells?
  • 3:30 pm Steven Clarke
    Diet, aging, and health — who to trust?
  • 4:15 pm Andrea Ghez
    Monster of the Milky Way

Voyager Series


(Older Audience)


12:30 pm – 5:00 pm,
Kinsey Pavilion 1220

  • 12:30 pm Jennifer Ouellette
    Dangerous curves: How I learned to stop worrying and love the calculus
  • 1:15 pm Hamed Mirzaei
    From rocks to humans: What it really means to be alive!
  • 2:00 pm Tracy Johnson
    Understanding how the cell works, one molecule at a time
  • 2:45 pm Jean-Luc Margot
    Life in the universe
  • 3:30 pm Breann Sitarski
    G-STARs: Ground and Space Telescopes for Astronomical Research
  • 4:15 pm Ashwin Vasavada
    Exploring Mars with NASA’s Curiosity rover

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