The Bay Area Science Festival comes to a close tomorrow after its most major event: Discovery Days at AT&T Park. It’s a free event with less flash, but as much wow as the Maker Faire. There will be hands-on science, experiments, games, and shows. Get inspired, see some new technologies in action and learn lots about every day to complex science.
The field, club, and promenade levels will be filled with exhibits from The Tech Museum, UCSF, Stanford, Science@Cal, KQED, Lawrence Hall of Science, SLAC (bend light with gravity!), Girls Inc. (race cars that run on water & HTML), Galileo Learning, and the first ever BASF Robot Zoo organized by Silicon Valley Robotics. That’s only a small number of the exhibitors participating. (The full list, with activities, is available on the website.)
Discovery Days is free and runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Parking in Lot A is available for $10 a vehicle, and if you haven’t taken Caltrain to AT&T Park, it is extremely easy and only a short walk away.
Did we mention that this is all free? Because it is!