How to Participate In 2021: "Driven By Science"
Join us for Los Alamos ScienceFest 2021 from July 6-11. It's ScienceFest+, which means there will be more science to discover, experience and learn, through a variety of mediums. Stay tuned for science lectures, discussions, live demonstrations and engaging Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) activities! Plus, check out our Business Specials for STEM-related items from local businesses!
Ways to Join as an Attendee
1. Click on the "EVENT SCHEDULE" section at the top of this website to access all the event details.
2. Tuning in virtually? Some sessions require advance Zoom registration (View Event Schedule to confirm), otherwise you can see several of our presentations and discussions live on our ScienceFest Facebook page.
3. Did you reserve a Discovery Box? Visit the ScienceFest Discovery Box page for additional resources & information!
4. Miss something? Don't worry - we have a new YouTube channel with all of our virtual events recorded.
In light of COVID-19, we will not be hosting our traditional DISCOVERY DAY in 2021, but instead offering a "Discovery Box" for at-home STEM activities (available for three age groups). Sign up today at the top of the website - click on "Request a Discovery Box."
In normal times, hands-on science is the heart of DISCOVERY DAY when thousands of attendees and hundreds of scientists, engineers, techies, and artists, who have volunteered, come out to meet you and “unleash your genius” with round-the-clock science fun.
It is a family fun day where attendees enjoy interactive science demonstrations, a kids activity area, music, food, beverages, and performances.
American Chemical Society – Central New Mexico Local Section, Bathtub Row Brewing
Co-op, Bradbury Science Museum, Boy Scout Troop 22, Explora, Girl Scouts of NM Trails, Jacob Torres and The Space Chile Grow a Pepper Plant Challenge, Jemez Mountains Night Sky Coalition, Kara Rock, Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) and the Los Alamos Dept. of Public Utilities, Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, Los Alamos Community Partnerships Office, Los Alamos County Community Services, Los Alamos County Environmental Services/ Zero Waste Los Alamos, Los Alamos County Library, Los Alamos Historical Society, Manhattan Project National Historical Park, Mark DeVolder, National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, New Mexico State University Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, RoboRAVE International, U.S. Department of Energy Office of Legacy Management, Virgin Galactic and our entire Los Alamos ScienceFest 2021 Committee.