Happy New Year!

Dear Festival Friends and Supporters,   Happy New Year! 2019 is an exciting year for the USA Science & Engineering Festival team as we gear up to expand our efforts in STEM education, STEM outreach and workforce development across the country. The success of our annual X-STEM Symposium in Washington, DC, an event featuring interactive presentations… Learn more

Find Your Career at the Lockheed Martin Booth

Have you figured out what you want to be when you grow up? In today’s world there are so many options! One thing that we know for sure is that Science, Technology, Engineering and Math are a path to some pretty spectacular opportunities. The Lockheed Martin exhibit at the USA Science & Engineering Festival will… Learn more

Technology That Keeps the Business World Running: NCR Brings Its Global Tech Know-How to the Festival!

As a global computer hardware, software and electronics company, the NCR Corporation is known for developing many of the key technologies that keep the banking, retail, and restaurant consumer markets running smoothly – technologies that include ATMs, self-checkout systems, self-service kiosks, and point-of-sale terminals. In these endeavors, NCR depends significantly on the talents and expertise… Learn more

Chevron Returns to the Expo With the STEM Zone, Virtual Reality and Other Excitement!

You loved this STEM powerhouse last time at the Festival, now Chevron returns as a major sponsor, bringing with it again a bevy of excitement to the Festival Expo, including the unforgettable Chevron STEM Zone and other must-see interactive, hands-on attractions to inspire students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. And kicking off the Expo… Learn more

Media Partner Thrively

Kids LOVE STEM? Counting down to the USA Science & Engineering Festival? Gear up for USASEF by checking out THRIVELY.COM today where you can: meet the NASA team developing robots that work alongside astronauts hear inspiring stories about a day in the life of a neurosurgeon listen to TED talks by a teen scientist developing cancer tests explore full-length… Learn more