6/5/11 2011 World Science Festival Street Fair @ Washington Square Park

Sunday, June 5, 2011 from 9:59am to 5:59pm

Washington Square Park

One 5th Avenue
(See link below for map/full schedule; events held at several locations at/near the park)
New York, NY 10003
Cost: Free
For all ages

The Washington Square Park area will be transformed into a science wonderland when the World Science Festival’s Street Fair returns to New York City, Sunday, June 5. This year’s extravaganza will feature a non-stop program of interactive exhibits, experiments, games, and shows designed to entertain and inspire. Join us for a full day of free family fun! Some planned highlights of this year’s Fair include:

The CSI Experience, sponsored by John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Become a Forensic Detective as you explore the Crime Scene at John Jay College’s CSI Experience. Collect evidence, examine blood splatter, conduct DNA analysis, excavate bones, dust for finger prints and become a CSI Detective.

Dinosaur Train and Sid the Science Kid

Join The Jim Henson Company and friends as they investigate why some dinosaurs had feathers, and discover if they are related to our present day feathered friends. Keep an eye out for our friends Sid and Buddy the T-Rex as they stroll through the festival taking in the sights, sounds and science of the Street Fair.

So You Think You Can Do Science

The Dancing Mad Scientist, Jeffrey Vinokur will perform “So You Think You Can Do Science,” an unforgettable high-energy science show that combines the hottest dance moves with a science twist.

Smell Lab hosted by International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.

Test your Smell IQ, Concoct your Own Unique Fragrance from Scratch, “Recreate Whiffs of Reality,” and Guess that Celebrity scent at the Smell Lab, hosted by International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.

Doktor Kaboom!

Join Doktor Kaboom for a sidesplitting journey of increasingly spectacular, and often successful, experiments and demonstrations.

Central Park Zoo’s Wildlife Theater

The Central Park Zoo’s Wildlife Theater introduces two new shows that will have you singing, laughing and learning with the “Polar Bear and the Beat” and the “Penguin State of Mind.”

This is Your Brain on Ping Pong

Join Wendy Suzuki, a leading Neuroscientist and specialist from NYU, as she discusses the effects of the fast pace, strategic decision making and eye-hand coordination of ping pong on your brain. Watch professionals battle it out as you learn how your mind and body connect to play fast and win.

Museum of Mathematics

Ride a square-wheeled tricycle, explore geometry with the laser-based Ring of Fire, and play with human-sized geometric puzzles—it’s math as you’ve never seen it before. New to the Festival this year will be Math Unleashed, where untangling a rope yields surprising results, and Coffee Cup Curves, a hands-on exploration of the beautiful light patterns created by curved surfaces.

American Museum of Natural History’s Moveable Museum: Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries

Explore the evolution of dinosaurs and possible causes of the mass extinction 65 million years ago. Examine dinosaur nests and track ways to interpret their social behavior, and explore the fossil evidence found in the earth’s rocks.

Lynn Brunelle’s Pop Bottle Science and Camp Out experiments

Join Lynn Brunelle, Emmy Award winning writer for Bill Nye the Science Guy, teacher, and author of Pop Bottle Science, Camp Out and Mama’s Little Book of Tricks. Smash a few leaves, crush a pop bottle with the power of the atmosphere, layer some liquids, make a lava lamp, blow up a balloon without using your mouth and make raisins dance. Science is a blast!


Join New York Hall of Science and help create Oobleck, a classic science experiment that’s perfect for entertaining both kids and adults. Oobleck acts like a liquid when being poured, but then acts like a solid when a force is acting on it. You can grab it and then it will ooze out of your hands. Come join the fun.

New York City/ New Jersey FIRST Robotics

Meet the New York City/New Jersey FIRST robotic program students, who will share and show their state-of-the-art robot creations that will keep you saying “How do they DO that?”

Discovery Theater and Authors Alley

Meet and greet your favorite science authors and other experts in Discovery Theater and at Author’s Alley. Enjoy a day full of conversations, readings and demonstrations with today’s top science writers.

What Lies Beneath: Science of Underwater Exploration

Come explore with scientists how they investigate the secrets of the water world, be it in your local estuaries or the vast oceans. Dive right in!

The Messier Starship

Mary Seidman and Dancers and composer Bruce Lazarus will fly you through the universe with a live dance and musical performance enhanced by beautiful visual projections of star clusters, galaxies, and time travel. Carter Emmart, Director of Astrovisualization for the American Museum of Natural History guides us from the earth into outer space with his 3-D atlas of journey through the stars. This unique performance will bring to life astronomer Charles Messier’s Elliptical-Spiral Galaxy, Ring Nebula, Whirlpool Galaxy, and Pleiades star cluster on stage.

Discovery Labs

Visit our hands-on Science Labs for “take home” science experiments throughout the day. Here’s your chance to build your own volcano, plant your own seeds, determine DNA and discover science in a pop bottle. It’s all here for you to explore!

How Does Exercise Change My Brain?

Get your heart pumping as you join in an IntenSati session, a form of exercise that combines movements from kickboxing dance and yoga with positive spoken affirmations.

Cooper Union

Learn how Cooper Union Students built their own competitive racing car from scratch, watch sumo robots battle it out and learn what it’s like to be an engineer.

Math and Science Arcade

Engage your game addictions and improve your math and science skills at the same time! From 12–6pm in the Kimmel Center’s Rosenthal Pavilion, the WSF’s Game Room will be in effect. Step up to more than 50 laptops and game stations including Microsoft’s Kinect, SMART Boards, and dance pads to play innovative games that are both fun and educational! Talk to game creators on hand all day from The Games For Learning Institute and Mangahigh.com, and come hear a select few of them interviewed about how and why they do what they do…

Franklin Institute’s Traveling Scientists

Can liquid nitrogen be used to make a cannon? Does air really take up space? This band of merry scientists will get to the bottom of these questions and more through a series of demonstrations that are certain to amaze.

The New York Botanical Garden

Enjoy hands-on gardening activities and plant-science discovery with The New York Botanical Garden. Families can pot up plants to take home. Kids can create their very own junior scientist field notebook to investigate, observe, and record signs of seasonal change in nature in their neighborhood or local park. Learn about the amazing programs for families happening every day at the Botanical Garden.

The Large Hadron Collider: Discovering the Secrets of the Universe

Learn about the world’s largest science experiment, Large Hadron Collider. It took more than 15 years and $10 billion to build the Large Hadron Collider. This amazing machine is probing a new frontier in high-energy physics and may reveal the origin of mass of fundamental particles, the source of the illusive dark matter that fills the universe, and even extra dimensions of space.

Underwater Engineering: Biomimetic Robots and Smart Materials

You’ve probably heard about 20,000 leagues under the sea. But what about 20,000 robots under the sea? At the NYU-Poly Dynamical Systems Laboratory tent you will learn about different types of underwater robots, including biomimetic robotic fish that swim with real fish and animal-safe submarines. Explore new smart materials that can silently propel robotic fish as real muscles would do and that can scavenge free energy from little eddies and small vibrations in water.

NYU Poly: Smart Materials for Underwater Engineering Lab

Participate in a hands-on activity which explores artificial muscles that can aid technological progress and scientific discoveries of the world underwater. Prof. Porfiri will demonstrate smart materials that can silently drive small robotic fish, sense the surrounding aqueous environment, and scavenge untapped energy underwater.

Fab @ Home

Fab@home is a low-cost, hackabale, computer-controlled platform for 3D-Printing, milling, carving, cutting and automated measuring. Fabricate any object from any material, from cheese to stainless steel. Stop by and watch how objects are printed in 3-D!

Before Cave Walls…

Christopher Agostino, author of Transformations: The Story Behind the Painted Faces, presents an interactive program on this art of transformation. An exceptional visual artist and fascinating speaker, he delves into the use of masks and makeup in cultural traditions and world theater, symbols and iconography in tribal body art. This performance challenges audiences to consider the origins of our collective humanity while taking performance art in a new direction—illustrated live on the faces of volunteers.

Urban Science Education for the Hip-hop Generation

Christopher Emdin of Teachers College, Columbia University and member of rap group Ghosttown performs songs from his mixtape Urban Science Education for the Hip-hop generation, which features raps on basic science concepts, and science teaching and learning.

Rap Science 101

This lab session will introduce participants to the connections between hip-hop and science in a short presentation, and provide them an opportunity to explore rap lyrics that connect science and hip-hop in a brand new way.

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s DNA Learning Center 

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s DNA Learning Center, a world leader in genetics education, brings science to the streets of NYC! Come experience how DNA can help you study the biology of the boroughs. Just as a unique pattern of bars in a universal product code (UPC) identifies each item for sale in a store, a DNA barcode is a DNA sequence that uniquely identifies each species of living thing. Come explore this ground-breaking technique at our tent.

NYC Center for Space Science Education

There’s no up and down in space! This can be disorienting to astronauts. Inversion goggles simulate this feeling. Come join the NYC Center for Space Science Education and experience how simple tasks become difficult when you can’t tell up from down

NOTE: All Participants and Activities are Subject to Change
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