Discover Engineering Family Day Exhibitors

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Exhibitors

Sometimes it’s hard to tell who’s having more fun at Discover Engineering Family Day, the exhibitors or the children. Exhibiting is a great way to meet like-minded people and present an engineering principle that just might steer a youngster toward becoming an engineer.

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2016 Exhibitors

 

 

Name of Organization Title of Activity
ASHRAE

 

Balloon Rocket
Race
AECOM

 

Watershed
Model
AIChE / SWE

 

Slime
American Institute of Mining

Metallurgical & Petroleum Engin
(AIMME)

 

Make
Your Own Toothpaste
American Society of Agricultural and

Biological Engineers
(ASABE)

 

Pop(corn)
Science
American Society of Mechanical

Engineers: Washington DC (ASME)

 

Waves
ASCE-NCS & Bechtel

 

Shaky
Ground
Design Squad Global

 

Watch
Nate Climb! – Stage Show
DiscoverE 

 

District of Columbia Society of

Profesional Engineers (DCSPE)

 

The
Power of Engineering Design
Howard University and the

National Science Foundation

 

Survive
the Tsunami Wave
Howard University and the

National Science Foundation

 

Survive
the Earthquake
I Look Like a Civil Engineer

 

I
Look Like a Civil EngineerPhoto Booth

 

IEEE-USA

 

“Encouraging
Interest in Electrical &Computer Engineering”

 

National Building Museum Loop-the-Loop:
Centripetal andCentrifugal Forces

 

National Society of

Professional Engineers

 

Pop
Fly – Catapults in Action
NCEES

 

X-Marks the Spot
NCEES in partnership with Society of American Military Engineers
– Northern Virginia Post  
Flinker
Northrop
Grumman  
Play-Well TEKnologies

 

Iconic
Buildings out of LEGO
Society of Hispanic

Professional Engineers (SHPE)

 

Science
of Flight
Tekla Research Inc

 

TBD
The Bureau of Good Roads

 

Neighborhood
Street Design
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

 

Building
Strong Stem Students
United States Patent and Trademark Office

 

Science
of Innovation
USDA Natural Resources

Conservation Service

 

Helping
People Help the Land
WETA Kids

 

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