Science anyone?

Posted on November 10, 2011 by Sonoma Valley Sun

he Lego Robotics table during Infineon’s Discovery Day was a big hit with children of all ages who gathered to battle incredible creations made from the colorful plastic bricks.

Dozens of science-themed booths, demos and exhibits were available for exploring on Saturday when Infineon Raceway hosted Discovery Day, part of the Bay Area Science Festival, held in various locations around the Bay. According to Infineon staff, more than 3,000 kids, adults and all-around science buffs turned out to handle bugs, make space ice cream and elephant toothpaste, look through microscopes, pilot robots, battle Lego creations and much more. Designed to introduce children and adults to the world of science, the exhibits were guided by some of the North Bay’s top scientists, engineers, innovators and entrepreneurs.

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