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Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020 | 1–5 p.m.

Engineering

Get HYPE for Hyperloop!

Come visit our booth to learn about the future of transportation and show us your ideas of innovating the future!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Student Life

Sustainability and Sparky!

Sustainability and Sparky are two cornerstones of ASU. Come visit Changemaker Central at the Memorial Union. Meet students and staff from Changemaker and the Programming and Activities Board. Make crafts, play games and learn about sustainability!

Zone B: Tempe • Memorial Union (MU) | First Floor | Changemaker Central

Natural Science

Can the Math Magician Read Your Mind?

Our world-famous Math Magician is a master of minds, lord of logarithms, prince of primes. And he can read your mind. That’s right, he can accurately guess the number you are thinking of. Come by and see if you can outwit his predictive powers. You might need to bring your own crystal ball.

Zone C: Tempe • Wexler Hall (WXLR) Outdoors | North Patio

Engineering

Learn from Nature! Experiments in Biogeotechnical Engineering

Mother Nature is Earth’s greatest design engineer and the researchers at the Center for Bio-mediated & Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) are following in her steps. Come try hands-on experiments and discover how CBBG engineers are working to develop efficient, ecologically friendly and cost-effective solutions that are inspired by nature!

Zone C: Tempe • Goldwater Center For Science & Engineering (GWC) | First Floor | 111, Lobby, Outside SE Doors of GWC

Engineering

Can You Name the Medical Device?

Join the Biomedical Engineering Society to learn about different medical devices, what biomedical engineering is and how we are helping advance the health industry!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Engineering

Urine for a Surprise!

Urine diversion is a sustainable alternative for wastewater treatment. Urine diversion allows for water conservation, nutrient recovery for agriculture and reduction of pharmaceutical pollution. At this activity, participants will perform a nutrient recovery technology that recovers valuable nutrients for agriculture. Urine for a surprise!

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | Third Floor | Crater Carpet

Student Life

Deaf Devils Button Adventures

Deaf Devils will be partnering with Trio Tempe in order to complete buttons with the community in order to spread the word about learning American Sign Language.

Zone A: Tempe • Matthews Center (MCENT) Outdoors | Outside of the Matthews Center

Social Science

Parent and Children Play Time

Test your Communication Skills with a Partner and try your hand at some ASU Alumni Trivia! Come visit the faculty and students from the Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics and engage in our Puzzle Task that challenges you and a partner to work together. Learn all about how the faculty in the Sanford School study relationships while participating in this fun activity. You can also test your knowledge of ASU Trivia and win a fantastic prize basket filled with Sun Devil gear and goodies!

Zone A: Tempe • Cowden Family Resources Bldg. (COWDN) Outdoors | East Entrance

Art/Design

School of Music's "Community Music Lab"

Special Hours: 1-4 p.m.

Come join the School of Music's "Community Music Lab." This hands-on experience is a way for the community of all ages and all levels of musical experience to collaborate and create together. ASU Music students will facilitate music making on an array of percussion and electronic instruments as a way to explore ways in which music making can build our ASU and greater community.

Zone A: Tempe • Music Building (MUSIC) Outdoors | Courtyard

Engineering

MobileNEWT - Testbed

The MobileNEWT (Nano-Enabled Water Treatment) is a customized, enclosed trailer (i.e., 14X7 feet) on a dual-axle for easy hauling and deployment in featuring many Nanotechnologies based water treatment modules. It is built with a large side-window for public viewing, interaction, education and for the dissemination of knowledge. The overall goal of the MobileNEWT is to incorporate the advances of Engineering Nanomaterials (ENMs) into modular water treatment systems. The ENMs integrated devices are tested under actual field setting to validate Nano-based technologies in further driving innovations under the continuous-flow, actual field, and water treatment conditions toward real-world application & commercialization.

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) Outdoors | NE Corner

Engineering

Intro to Laser Cutting

The name says it all, whether you want to etch detailed graphics, cut intricate patterns or fabricate complex 3D objects, this tool will make your life much easier. Please visit Fulton Schools of Engineering Laser Cutter Lab if you're interested in learning more about this amazing tool.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center F (ECF) | First Floor | 103

Art/Design

ASU Coloring Pages

Come to our tent where you can color Sparky with all of your favorite colors.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Student Life

Sparky's Garden with ASU Prep Tempe

ASU Preparatory Academy Tempe is a high school chartered by ASU. Come decorate a Sun Devil planter with us to take home for your own garden.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Natural Science

Build An Embryo

When you were developing in your mother’s uterus, you had eyelids before you had a brain. At one point, your femur bone (the biggest in your body now) was only 6 millimeters long. That is shorter than a pencil eraser! Swing by the Embryo Project booth to learn how you changed from a couple of cells to a fully grown human. Build an embryo out of clay and spin the Wheel of Embryos for cool prizes.

Zone B: Tempe • Life Sciences Center A (LSA) | First Floor | 175

Natural Science

Memory and Attention Control Lab

We conduct research investigating the basic memory and attention mechanisms that support a wide range of human behavior. Our approach borrows designs from three traditions in psychology including experimental, individual differences and neuroscience.

Zone D: Tempe • Psychology Building (PSY) | Second Floor | Second Floor

Natural Science

Institute of Human Origins - Fabulous Fossil Fun!

How did we "become human?" The Institute of Human Origins opens its "vault" for you to see and touch skulls and bones (casts) from different phases of human evolution, including the "founding fossil" - Lucy, the 3.2 million-year-old Australopithecus afarensis discovered by Donald Johanson in 1974. Measure how Lucy’s brain size compares to people and primates today. Discover why hand shape and human cooperation are important to making and using tools. And step into a timeline of history from the “Big Bang” to the “Tree of Life!” So, put on your best explorer’s hat and discover evolutionary anthropology!

Zone B: Tempe • Social Sciences Bldg. (SS) Outdoors | West Entrance and Atrium

Social Science

Transborder Trivia

Play this trivia game with your friends and family, and compete for fun prizes!

Zone A: Tempe • Interdisciplinary B (INTDSB) | First Floor | 161B

Engineering

Spaghetti & Marshmallow Tower Challenge

Learn to think like an engineer by taking the Spaghetti & Marshmallow Tower Challenge! Explore concepts of civil engineering in a fun, creative, and hands-on activity. What is the tallest freestanding structure YOU can build?

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Art/Design

Creative Movement for Family Fun

Special Hours: 1:30-3:15 p.m.

Movement is life! Discover the budding dancer/choreographer within as all are invited to explore creative movement in community. No previous dance training or movement experience is required.

Schedule: 1:30pm and 2:30pm

Zone A: Tempe • Dixie Gammage Hall (GHALL) Outdoors | Dixie Gammage Lawn

Art/Design

Modern White Photo Booth

Take a photo with your friends and family and get a photo strip to take home with you.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Sustainability

Food Security for Succulents

Do plants need alternative energy sources? Can alternative energy give plants food security? For photosynthetic organisms, food security depends on availability of sunlight, which could be reduced by factors including air pollution and solar radiation management. Food Security for Succulents explores technologies that might benefit plants and ultimately provide food security for animals including humans. This is your opportunity to see the first prototype wind turbines for cacti and propose alternative energy schemes of your own. Food Security for Succulents is a preview of the Emerge festival, happening on March 21, 2020 at the Mesa Arts Center.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Natural Science

Early Childhood Cognition Research Group

How do children learn words? How does curiosity develop? What factors shape young children's learning? We are scientists in developmental psychology working to better understand how young children learn about the world around them. Our group is composed of two research labs, the Emerging Minds Lab and the Learning and Development Lab. Stop by with your little ones to play some child-friendly games and learn more about how you and your child scientist can participate in our studies and contribute to the science behind children’s learning.

Zone D: Tempe • Psychology Building (PSY) | Second Floor | Second Floor

Sustainability

What is Sustainability?

Students and faculty from the School of Sustainability will showcase their research and guide you through fun interactive activities that highlight the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The 17 SDGs are an urgent call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership. They recognize that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality and spur economic growth - all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests.

Zone A: Tempe • Wrigley Hall (WGHL) | First Floor | 102 and Breezeway

Sustainability

Salt River Project: Delivering Water and Power

As part of our commitment to the communities we serve, SRP has partnered with ASU to reward and celebrate sustainability solutions. Discover how SRP delivers more than water and power through an interactive games highlighting their partnership with ASU and families like yours. Learn how you can make changes in your home that will create a better future for all.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg C (BDC) Outdoors | Patio

Engineering

Matchbox Rockets

Join members of SEDS-ASU: Rocketry Division in assembling and launching matchbox rockets to learn the basics of rocketry.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Culture/Language

Say What?

How many CLI langauges can you identify? Come test your skills.

Zone A: Tempe • Cowden Family Resources Bldg. (COWDN) Outdoors | Cady Mall Lawn

Art/Design

A View from the Sky: Drones in Design

Ever imagine what the world looks like from a bird's perspective? Take a virtual "dronie" using sophisticated drone technology and see how drones can be used in landscape survey and analysis... and take home a picture of yourself from a birds'-eye view!

Zone A: Tempe • Neeb Hall (NEEB) Outdoors | North Plaza

Student Life

LIVE Performance by the Ukulele Club at ASU!

Special Hours: 3 - 4 p.m.

Listen to beautiful ukulele music performed LIVE by talented Sun Devils!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Engineering

A (Much) Closer Look at Materials

Come to the Undergraduate Materials Laboratory to see the structures of everyday objects. Students from Material Advantage will be demonstrating the use of microscopes to explain the principles behind metals and plastics.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center B (ECB) | First Floor | 142

Natural Science

See Yourself in Infrared

Scientists use infrared photography to reveal hidden patterns of warm and cool temperatures, health of plants and more. Here’s a chance to see how YOU look in infrared, as well as learn about other applications of IR photography!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Art/Design

Comics & Zines!

Special Hours: 1-3:30 p.m.

Explore some comic themes and techniques with zines in mind! Experiment making your own zine and also meet faculty and artist, Turner Davis, who teaches our Comics and Storyboards class as well as Illustration.

Zone A: Tempe • Art Building (ART) | Third Floor | 346

Engineering

Tower Building

Think you can build the tallest tower out of only spaghetti and marshmallows? Come and see if you can make it on our leader board of engineers!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) | First Floor | 140

Engineering

Look Inside the Nano World

Come operate a scanning electron microscope! The Nano World exhibit will take you on a journey into the World of the Very Small with just a few clicks of a mouse. Nanoscale science and technology make use of materials having dimensions or features approximately in the 1 to 100 nanometers range. That’s 1,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair! You will operate a scanning electron microscope via remote control and view features of objects at up to 100,000x magnification. You will also be able to speak with researchers about the solutions nanotechnology can offer society.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) | First Floor | 140

Natural Science

Storms, Tornadoes and more!

Tornadoes are AWESOME deadly, and POWERFUL winds. Come hold a tornado in your hands! Talk to weather experts, perform hands-on experiments and learn about other types of extreme weather. Ages: Everyone!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Student Life

Air Force ROTC

Air Force ROTC will have have a corn hole game and hand out Air Force related goodies like lanyards, stress balls, cups, etc.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Natural Science

Earth Impact Craters

Learn how Earth impact structures form with rock samples from various impact craters and view recent dating studies of Earth impact craters.

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | Second Floor | 299

Art/Design

Making Buttons with the Art Student Koalition

Sit and create with us! There will be tons of paper, magazines, markers and more to help you create a one of a kind button for free with the Art Student Koalition! Great for all ages.

Zone A: Tempe • Art Building (ART) | Fourth Floor | 402

Natural Science

Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream

We will be making liquid nitrogen ice cream with different extracts, milk, cream and sugar.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | Lower Level | Atrium

Natural Science

A Biosecurity Investigation

Someone has broken into a biology lab and stolen their prized goldfish. You are the lead investigator to analyze the evidence, discover what happened and recover the goldfish. Visit our fun, interactive activity to learn about effective biosecurity practices to protect laboratories, laboratory materials and information. Interact with friendly FBI Special Agents to learn more about biosecurity and law enforcement. Go home with glow-in-the dark slime and “Safeguarding Science" bio-trading cards!

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Natural Science

ASU Natural History Collections

Come see an incredible display of mammals, insects, mollusks and plant specimens from the amazing ASU Natural History Collections! Learn about these fascinating specimens from our talented staff and students. We will also have hands-on activities for the kids. Learn how we gather important information on our collection specimens and share this information online.

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | Second Floor | Second Floor Gallery, Near the Meteorites

Natural Science

Animal Battle Game

Come learn about how evolutionary life history theory can be used to understand the differences in cancer protections across the tree of life. Play our interactive Animal Battle card game and discover which trade-offs can make you an evolutionary winner!

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg C (BDC) Outdoors | Biodesign C Patio

Art/Design

Face Painting

Come visit us and have your face painted by our wonderful students, staff and faculty.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main lawn

Sustainability

Toss It Out!

Recycling can be confusing, yet rewarding! Come toss out some items with us and discover a few simple solutions for a more sustainable future.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg C (BDC) Outdoors | Patio

Engineering

Learn about Aerospace with AIAA!

Come join AIAA at ASU to learn about aerospace through a fun, engaging activity!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Engineering

Formula SAE Showcase

Come see ASU's Formula SAE student built racecar and learn about how we design, manufacture and compete with a new car every year. As part of the Society of Automotive Engineers, students have the unique opportunity to work on a hands-on, large scale project by building a fully-functional prototype that is critiqued by industry professionals and tested by the students themselves against teams from around the world.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Breezeway

Natural Science

Biomimicry Exploration

Biomimicry is an emerging discipline that creates sustainable solutions to human challenges by asking "How would nature do this?". Well-known examples of biomimicry include Velcro®, whale-inspired wind turbines, and the kingfisher-inspired bullet train. Visit the Biomimicry Center to participate in a variety of hands-on lessons that demonstrate self-cleaning properties of lotus leaves, the aerodynamics of the kingfisher bill and the antibiotic action of sharkskin. Learn more about biomimicry in our new NatureMaker space, by exploring unique organisms and becoming inspired by the possibilities for innovation!

Zone A: Tempe • Design South (CDS) | First Floor | 126

Natural Science

Center for Meteorite Studies: Is Your Rock a Meteorite or "Meteorwrong"?

Every meteorite tells a story! The Center for Meteorite Studies is home to one of the largest collection of meteorites on the planet; see and touch real meteorites and meet the people who study them. Think your favorite rock might be a meteorite? Bring it with you and the experts will let you know if it is a meteorite or a “meteorwrong”.

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | Second Floor | Gallery

Natural Science

Cooperation and Conflict Lab

Are you curious to explore and learn how cooperation and conflict shape life? From human societies to cellular interactions, we will have activities illustrating these concepts. We will also provide an opportunity for visitors to participate in a citizen science project as we will collect data for our Kombucha project. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.aktipislab.org

Zone D: Tempe • Psychology Building (PSY) Outdoors | Patio

Natural Science

The Hidden World of Mighty Mites

Mites are tiny arachnids - part of the same family as spiders or scorpions. What do they look like? What do they do? In this hands-on activity, we will dive into the hidden world of mites. Start by sorting arthropod groups, then look closer at live mites through a stereoscopic microscope. Get an even closer look at mounted mites through an optical microscope.

Zone B: Tempe • Life Sciences Center C (LSC) | First Floor | 126

Social Science

Black Box, How is Science Done?

Visitors will get a sealed black box with one of 10 different geometric shapes and a marble that rolls around. By listening and feeling, the visitor will try to figure out what shape is inside the box. By experimenting, visitors form hypotheses and test them. Eventually, they form a model. This is how scientists work by observing what can be seen and heard and forming models of what they are studying.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Sustainability

Solutionsville, A.S.U.!

As a global leaders in sustainability ASU's faculty are solving for challenges around the world. Solutionsville A.S.U. showcases some of the many ways ASU is creating a stronger future for our planet and people. Discover how four faculty are connecting people to energy opportunities, restoring our atmosphere, empowering remote island communities and conserving our natural spaces.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Culture/Language

Sky's the Limit!

Stop by the Pat Tillman Veterans Center to make fighter planes and learn what some heroes did in the past.

Zone B: Tempe • Memorial Union (MU) | Lower Level | 75, Pat Tillman Veterans Center

Engineering

Electrical Engineering Laboratory Demonstration

Special Hours: 1-3 p.m.

There will be a demonstration (lasting about 20 minutes) of a typical EEE-202 circuits class - taken by all Engineering students.

Schedule: 1:00 p.m., 1:40 p.m., 2:00 p.m., 2:40 p.m.

Zone C: Tempe • Goldwater Center For Science & Engineering (GWC) | Second Floor | 273

Engineering

Software Developers Association

Come join the Software Developers Association at ASU Open Door, explore opportunities in programming and grab some free swag!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Natural Science

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Science Operations Center - See a Real Moon Rock!

Since 2009, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has observed the Moon with a camera system operated at ASU. Visit the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) Science Operations Center and discover the excitement of lunar exploration. Team members will be present to meet and greet the public. Activities, such as 3D-printed lunar feature puzzles, 3D videos, and more, are also available. Take the History of Lunar Exploration Walk and make your way to the Visitor’s Gallery to see dedicated scientists charting the amazing lunar frontier.

Zone A: Tempe • Interdisciplinary A (INTDSA) | First Floor | Lobby

Natural Science

Life in the Universe

How did life begin? Are we alone in the universe? Life in the universe may be different than what you think. Come draw your best alien life form and learn about alien life in the universe. Also, discover how the Beyond Center confronts the “Big Questions,” such as is time travel possible? Can we communicate with aliens? Where do the laws of nature come from? And so many more!

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | Third Floor | Crater Carpet

Engineering

Sun Devil Smackdown

Sun Devil Robotics Club is hosting a combat bots event open to ASU students and the general public. Participants will bring independently built 3lb weaponized robots which will compete against each other in a fight to dominate the competition.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) | First Floor | ECG Patio

Engineering

DIY Biomaterials

Come visit Dr. Holloway's lab to perform drug delivery experiments, make your own gel bead biomaterials, and see how we test mechanical properties.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center F (ECF) | First Floor | 115

Social Science

Wheel of Communication

The Wheel of Communication is a fun interactive game for any age! Spin the wheel, and we will ask you a question based on our areas of study. Talk it over with your family and, even if you guess wrong, we will let you know what the correct answer is and you will win a prize!

Zone A: Tempe • Stauffer Communication Arts A (STAUF) | First Floor | Patio

Health & Wellness

Polymers of Algae!

Come join the K-12 Engineering Education team and explore concepts of physics and the engineering design process through a fun, hands-on activity!

Zone C: Tempe • Goldwater Center For Science & Engineering (GWC) Outdoors | Outside Goldwater Center

Natural Science

Marston Exploration Theater - 3D Programs

The School of Earth and Space Exploration will showcase research in a singular beyond in the Marston Exploration Theater. Live presentations run throughout ASU Open Door. Recommended for ages 5 and up. To ensure seating, free tickets will be distributed for all shows at the ISTB 4 Information Desk.

Schedule: 1:15 p.m., 2:15 p.m., 3:15 p.m., 4:15 p.m (subject to change)

Zone D: Tempe • Interdisciplinary Science And Technology Building IV (ISTB4) | First Floor | Room 185

Natural Science

Live Insects Show 'n Tell

Have you seen the inside of a beehive - while it is full of bees? Or have you seen how ants clean their nests? Come see both live and preserved specimens of eusocial and social insects including ants, bees, grasshoppers and hissing cockroaches. Ssssssweeeett!

Zone B: Tempe • Life Sciences Center C (LSC) | First Floor | 104

Natural Science

Change Over Time

See various examples of phenotypic change over time. Understand developmental biology by looking at water fleas at a microscopic level along with an explanation of sampling error in small edible population of M&Ms. Biology has never tasted sweeter.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Natural Science

Density of Water

We will have several different sugar/water/food coloring combinations. We will take a glass straw and pick up the water to show how different densities of water will remain separated. We will have little glass beakers or flasks to show this as well.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Sustainability

Staying Cool in a Warm City

Why is one street reasonably comfortable in the summer, while half a mile away, another street is intolerable? ASU scientists will use infrared imagery to explain the mystery - and children can color a picture with temperature-sensitive paints!

Zone A: Tempe • Coor Hall (COOR) Outdoors | East Patio

Health & Wellness

Memorial Tree

Family, friends and other community members are encouraged to come add the name of a loved one that has been impacted by cancer our memorial tree.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Engineering

Lab on a Chip Demo

Lab-on-chip devices can be used for health monitoring and disease (e.g. cancer) diagnostics. They consist of tiny structures that are in the micrometer (1 millionth of one meter) and nanometer (1 billionth of one meter) scale that can effectively interact with important biomolecules such as DNA and extracellular vesicles (a very promising cancer biomarker). We will show the audience our lab-on-chip devices that we use in research to detect single DNA molecules and extracellular vesicles and we also play videos showing single-molecule motions of these biomolecules. The audience will also be able to visualize DNA molecules on a fluorescence microscope.

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Research Center (ENGRC) | Second Floor | 230

Humanities

We are All Migratory

Create easy butterfly rings made out of pipe cleaners.

Zone B: Tempe • Old Main (MAIN) Outdoors | Old Main Lawn

Health & Wellness

Microarray Speed Match Game

People must recognize patterns from NAAPA arrays between people with and without a disease, presented as a computer game. You will be given a biomarker slide, then you must match patient slides to the given slide, but be quick, as the patterns increase in complexity and the timer counts down! Match the most slides to be placed on the leader boards.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Natural Science

Seeing Molecular Machines in Virtual Reality

See a demonstration of how virtual reality is used to visualize nature's molecular machines to solve important global health and energy challenges. Our presentation, combined with virtual reality goggles will show you how they work.

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Natural Science

Clinical Psychology Center

The Clinical Psychology Center serves adults and children in the community using evidence-based therapies, including therapies that use mindfulness techniques. Stop by to engage in some empirically-supported mindfulness activities for adults and children. Become mindful of your body and emotions through mindful movement and using a mindful jar. Engage your senses with our sensory table to become more aware of the present moment and to richness of everyday life.

Zone D: Tempe • Psychology Building (PSY) | Second Floor | 2nd Floor

Humanities

Baile con Instituto de Folklor Mexicano (Dance with the Institute of Mexican Folklore)

See dance performances from the Institute of Folklorico Mexicano! They are a local dance group whose missions is to maintain and share the magnificence of Mexico's traditional dance, music, dress and history; and to grow and promote public awareness and appreciation of this rich cultural heritage.

Zone A: Tempe • Interdisciplinary B (INTDSB) Outdoors | east entrance

Engineering

Make Your Own Balloon Powered Car

Come join the Fulton Student Veterans Organization and the engineering design process through a fun, hands-on activity!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) Outdoors | ECG Patio

Natural Science

Evolve Yourself

Choose how a computer evolves a picture! See how evolution can paint famous images! Play our computer game to evolve cars: whoever keeps moving wins!

Zone D: Tempe • Biodesign Institute Bldg B (BDB) | First Floor | Atrium

Engineering

A Taste of Programming and Embedded Systems

Join the ASU Linux Users' Group to get a taste of programming, using sensors, LEDs and more! Featuring open-source software and hardware, including Raspberry Pi's and Arduino's!

Zone C: Tempe • Engineering Center G (ECG) | First Floor | 101

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