Monsanto Presents: The My Sci Investigation Station
Explore the environment from the ocean to the prairie, take a crawl through a limestone cave, and study the parts of trees and animals — without ever leaving the van! This rolling classroom gives budding young scientists the opportunity to get not only their head but their hands, feet, legs, and arms into science.
Platypus Media Presents: Name that Mammal
Have a great time while learning about the world of mammals, and find out about the diverse ways mammals eat, sleep, and learn from birth to maturity. The questions get harder as the competition heats up — and prizes are awarded to all players.
Saint Louis Zoo's WildCare Institute: Challenges and Opportunities
Please stop by the Saint Louis Zoo's booth focusing on our conservation programs. Touch pelts, skulls, and other items from animals such as cheetahs, penguins, and lemurs. Complete an insect investigation by observing live bugs. Make a craft to take home. We'll have something for all ages, so come and learn how we're creating a sustainable future for wildlife and for people around the world.
Segue into Segways with the St. Louis Science Center
Ever wanted to glide on air like Fred Astaire or Ginger Rogers, but felt you lacked the grace? Well come take a ride on the Science Center's Segway Human Transporter. Five gyroscopes embedded within the Segway will have you learning about gravity and stability in a way that is totally fun!
Subaru Presents: SB&F Children's Library
Pull up a patch of rug for a scientific read-aloud as the award-winning authors and AAAS staff present their books. Audience participation may be required as authors bring their books to life through demonstrations and experiments.
AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books
The AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize celebrates outstanding science writing and illustration for children and young adults. The prizes are meant to encourage the writing and publishing of high-quality science books for all age groups. SB&F believes that through good science books this generation, and the next, will have a better understanding and appreciation of science.
USGS Earth Basics: Water and Rocks
Where is all of the Earth's water located, how does it move, and where does it go? How does water become ground water? What are the differences and similarities between rocks? The USGS will present hands-on activities that will answer these and many more questions about earth science.
Weather Works: Cloud Nine
Clouds are more than just fluff! This stage show will have you pointing out the difference between cirrus and cumulus in no time. Join meteorologist Mike Mogil in creating floating raindrops, snow, and rainbows while learning about clouds and other weather workings.