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Calling All Exhibitors! Bay Area Science Festival Returns
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From Oct. 24 to Nov. 2, BayBio is once again pleased to participate in the Bay Area Science Festival, a 10‐day celebration of the unique science and technology of our region. Discovery Days at AT&T Park is the festival finale, featuring over 100 exhibitors presenting hands-on science activities for over 30,000 students and families. A key area is the Life Science “Alley” on the field, featuring a group of local life science organizations. This special package combines expanded Festival visibility and recognition along with a premium presence on the field at AT&T Park.

Mayor Ed Lee and UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann visit one of the booths that demonstrate seeing your DNA at this year's Bay Area Science Festival held at AT&T Park last year. Photo courtesy Cindy Chew.
Mayor Ed Lee and UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann visit one of the booths that demonstrate seeing your DNA at last year’s Bay Area Science Festival held at AT&T Park. Photo courtesy Cindy Chew.

With provocative lectures, hands‐on activities, exhibitions, tours of cutting‐edge facilities, guided hikes and thousands of local scientists, engineers & technologists sharing their passion ‐ the Bay Area Science Festival promises something for everyone. Led by the University of California‐San Francisco (UCSF), this ambitious initiative relies on a collaboration of the Bay Area’s leading academic, scientific, corporate and nonprofit institutions with the collective aim of providing accessible science programming to every Bay Area resident.

The Amgen booth attracts a crowd at last year's Bay Area Science Festival.
The Amgen booth attracts a crowd at last year’s Bay Area Science Festival.

By putting science at everyone’s fingertips, we hope to engage our community in its wonders and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. Are you ready to unleash the inner scientist in our community?

Please join us for this important Bay Area celebration of science by contacting me directly by email at travis@baybio.org or phone at 650-871-3260.