This presentation will cover the basics of making beef jerky from prepping the meat, various methods of marination/seasoning, and dehydration. We will talk a little about what Oaktown Jerk has done over the past year, followed by Q&A.
Explore how students become engaged with scientific and engineering practices in the Sanger Community Science Workshop, a free drop-in science workshop offered during out-of-school time. Students become 'Makers' and develop a project vision, and then work to realize that vision using a modified engineering design process. nParticipants will build simple projects from recycled materials while learning how to effectively teach and model science and engineering practices. Examples will be also be modeled and highlighted showing the intersection between making and the Next Generation Science Standards.
El Pulpo Mecanico is a 25 ft tall mechanical octopus. It has 8 eyes that pop in and out of the head and 8 large moving tentacles that spew fire. We use a hand controlled beatbox. It holds 200 gallons of propane on board.
Not Impossible believes in technology for the sake of humanity. Our most recent project, Project Daniel, used 3D printers to make prosthetic arms and hands for children of war in Sudan. #HelpOneHelpMany
dS is a unique project that's part video game, part art installation, part musical instrument, and part immersive science visualization. It brings together scientists and artists who are motivated by a desire to reveal and interpret our connection to the beautiful and subtle microscopic world. And it gives audience members the opportunity to see their own energy field, and use it to dance, sculpt, and play with a simulation of the otherwise invisible atomic world. It is used in public art galleries, schools, and festivals to make serious science seriously fun!
I will be speaking in depth on soil fertility, organic gardening or farming as it relates to soil health and sustainability. How to build fertile soil and what are the important factors that need to be considered in order to achieve success in the garden and have a healthy harvest. nSpeaking about how microbial elements in the soil help break down the nutrients the plants need to thrive and what those elements are. Focusing on following the path nature established and mimicking those elements in your garden or farm to achieve the best possible conditions for your plants to thrive and be healthy to help resist disease and pests. n
Make your own street legal electric vehicle. Capable of transporting up to 4 people up to 100 miles on a single charge SWITCH comes ready to assemble. All steps are provided in step by step written instructions.
This presentation will provide faire goers all they need to know to go home and start growing mushrooms! Hands on will be offered all day both days of the faire at our booth to reinforce what is taught in the presentation. nWe will also offer folks the chance to make their own kit to take home so they can get started right away!
Camp Pedal Power is the place to be if you're interested in turning your good clean Pedal Power into usable juice for amazing music, tasty treats, and other awesome activities. Get inspired to turn your idea into reality!
I have two robots: One robot can solve any scrambled Rubik's Cube. The other one can print in English and Braille. It can also write in other languages, making it multilingual printer.
Soapbox cars are otherwise known as gravity cars. Essentially, they are three or four wheeled vehicles that are only powered by gravity. Soapbox derbies are still fairly popular for children with nationally organized races. However, there are only a handful of adult soapbox derby events across the country. We have participated in two events; one in Nevada City, CA and the other in Portland, OR. Both events were unique in their own regard. We are ready to add our own twist to the adult soapbox derby arena with the first annual San Jose Adult Soapbox Derby. There will be three classes of cars including artistic, speed, and ultimate.
What happens when you examine foods we consume with a massive high powered robotic microscope? You get a 1,000,000 megapixel seamless photograph with a revealing look with each bit and byte.
Build a hydraulic system out of tubes, tape, and other materials that lifts a pumpkin or operates like a crane. Play games with a giant MaKey MaKey and test other fun prototypes made in the Hall's teen internship program.