Virtually experience exhibit booths featuring hands-on interactive STEM content, get an all-access pass to exclusive performances on the STEM Stage, hunt for clues and earn badges and prizes in the Scavenger Hunt, gear up in the STEM Store and launch a STEM career in the College Career Center. A FREE event!
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Stay tuned for details about SciFest 2021, taking place October 18-24!
K-12 students, college students, educators, and families.
FREE virtual expo featuring interactive STEM activities and stage shows.
Online October 18-24!
Exhibit Portal Zones
Attendees will have a full week to experience over 100 exciting and innovative exhibits featuring interactive STEM activities. Virtually explore all aspects of STEM from outer space to the inner body. Discover something new every day!
On the STEM Stage
Join us on the STEM Stage for dynamic, interactive performances that will be sure to keep you entertained. From music to experiments to magic there’s a show for everyone.
Scroll down to see the list of 2020 SciFest Stage Show performers, and view their videos on-demand HERE.
Don't miss these fun science demonstrations exploring the mysteries of chemistry and more.
Join NASA Program Scientist, Dr. Brad Bailey, and discover why we are going to the Moon, what are we going to do when we get there, and what are the long-term benefits to lunar, and subsequent deep-space, exploration.
Get ready to build with this award-winning television host and mechanical engineer.
Tune in for an exclusive interview with NASA astronaut Dr. Mike Barratt.
Educating students through high-energy STEM 'edu-tainment'.
Listen in as he talks about NASA's X-57 “Maxwell,” an all-electric experimental aircraft.
Learn about weather forecasting from this NBC4 meteorologist.
Join this environmental engineer in her pursuit to extend humanity's time on earth.
Join NASA Chief Scientist, Dr. James Green, and discover what lies hidden in the Moon's permanently shadowed craters.
He's rocking the world of STEM education through hip-hop and science exploration
Join NASA & the USGS on a 50-year quest to observe Earth from space, with narrator Marc Evan Jackson.
Experience Impossible Science at Home with this world-champion magician.
Get Hooked on Science with 'Mr. Science' Jason Lindsey.
NASA STEM Stars: Veggies in Space
Don't miss this STEM Queen and passionate advocate for STEM education.
He's an aerospace engineer known nationally for his high-energy STEMusic concerts.
Are you ready to learn Math in Minutes? Tune-in and start rocking to the math music beats!
Join this Chief Historian to explore African American contributions to NASA and the space program over the decades.
This engineer is bridging the gap between music, entertainment, and science.
Join this accomplished engineer and TV host for some superhero science.
Learn about the science and engineering behind the NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope – the largest, most powerful and complex space science telescope ever built. Launching next year!
This professor of mathematical sciences is on a personal mission to turn math haters into math lovers.
Don't miss this popular science communicator and STEM education specialist - also known as 'Mr. Fascinate' - who makes STEM cool.
Explore the wonders of the 'Big Blue' with this science communicator and television host.
Don't miss this explosive show with a Hollywood stunt science expert.
This Neuroscientist – also known as ‘Science Sam’ – is making science more familiar, accessible, and inclusive
Don't Miss Out On SciFest