2017 Exhibitors & Performers
4-H Science (4-H Science on the Move)
4-H Youth Development, Clemson Extension (4-H, Connecting Youth to Nature)
AIA Charleston (Lego Bridge Building Challenge)
American College of the Building Arts(More Than Just Books)
Berkeley County School District (Cultivating STEM in Berkeley County Schools)
Boeing (What Makes An Airplane Fly?)
Carolina Studios (Mobile Studio)
Charleston Battery (Stre.am)
Charleston Collegiate (Experience the Joy of Learning)
Charleston County Government
Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission
Charleston County Public Library (Hair Raising Science!)
Charleston County School District (STEM in Charleston County School District)
Charleston Fossil Adventures (Fossils of the SC Lowcountry)
Charleston Southern University
Learn the language of the computer – binary – through this hands-on activity. Create and take home a bracelet with your initial in binary!
Hack A Game
Do you want to learn how to hack a computer game by changing the code? Come and learn!
Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid; it has properties of both liquids and solids. You can slowly dip your hand into it like a liquid, but if you squeeze the oobleck or punch it, it will feel solid.
This exhibit uses games to demonstrate basic mathematical principals.
What’s Behind Door Number 1? The Mathematics Behind “Let’s Make a Deal”
If a game show host asks if you’d like to switch your door, should you? The Monty Hall problem is an interesting example of a result that is true, but feels very counterintuitive.
Children's Museum of the Lowcountry (Hands-on, Minds-on STEAM)
City of Charleston
Clemson University Restoration Institute (Come light up the Ravenel Bridge with your pedal power!)
Clemson University's Youth Learning Institute (The Youth Learning Institute)
College of Charleston Lowcountry Hall of Science and Math (Cougars STEM Den (College of Charleston))
Cultivate (Awesome Algae Art)
Cummins (Cummins Turbo Technologies)
Dorchester School District Two (STEAM /STEAM for the 21st Century)
Engaging Creative Minds (STEM potions )
Engineering for Kids Charleston (We do STEM!)
Friends of Coastal South Carolina (Bird Beak Buffet)
Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina (Connecting Girls to STEM)
Huntington Beach State Park (Come Out and Play)
Lowcountry Alliance for Model Communities (Homemade Catapult)
Lowcountry Maritime Society (STEAM Boatbuilding)
Lowcountry Stargazers (Safe Telescope Solar Viewing of the Sun)
Medical University of South Carolina SCTR ( Inside the World of Research at MUSC)
MUSC Gives Back Student Volunteer Program(Inspiring the Future of Healthcare through STEM Education)
MUSC Respiratory Care (Puff Puff Blow)
MUSC Student National Dental Association (Whack-a-Molar)
NASA/SC Space Grant Consortium (Exploring the Upcoming 2017 Total Solar Eclipse)
NOAA/NOS/NCCOS (NOAA Science and Education)
Nucor Steel Berkeley
Palmetto Scholars Academy (PSA's Mission Design Team Explores Neptune and Triton!)
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum (Patriots Point Takes Flight with STEM!)
PLAYtek (Technology is key. Press Play.)
Reforge Charleston (To Make is Magic)
Rick Hendrick Automotive Group (Automobiles - A rolling science project)
S2TEM Centers SC (Bristlebots)
SC Dept of Natural Resources (Marine Touch Tank)
SC Governor's School for Science & Math (Robot Wars!)
SCE&G (Safety City)
South Carolina Aquarium (SEA STEM with the South Carolina Aquarium)
South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium and Clemson Extension ((Sometimes) Dirty Jobs in Marine and Coastal Science)
SPAWAR (Network Cable Keychains and More!)
St. Andrew's School of Math and Science
The Center for Birds of Prey (The World of Birds of Prey)
The Charleston Museum
Learn about the “laws” of physics through hands-on activities.
Fun Math Zone Guesstimating, Indirect Measurement, Probability, Mathemagic
Math is fun! The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science from The Citadel will provide many hands-on activities that demonstrate some interesting mathematics properties and formulas, and also show mathematics in art.
Hands-on activities and demonstrations of modern materials.
Protozoans on Parade!
Look under the microscope to see living protists swimming in a drop of pond water. Then see if you can identify the protist and the body parts (organelles) they use.