Exploration Station

Exploration Station

Bring your friends and family and do hands-on science with AGU scientists!

Exploration Station is a program of activities that gives AGU members who are education/outreach professionals a chance to interact with the public in San Francisco. Read more about Exploration Station in our Eos article.

This event is four hours long, free, and open to the public. Participants make their way through about 30 exhibits offering a variety of easy, family friendly, hands-on activities and have an opportunity to interact one-on-one with scientists, engineers, and education specialists. If you have any questions about the event or would like to share your science with the public, please contact Bethany Adamec, Education and Public Outreach Coordinator or Pranoti Asher, Education and Public Outreach Manager.

Exploration Station 2014

In 2014, Exploration Station featured activities on the electromagnetic spectrum, astronomy, polar science, earthquakes, and more. We also offered opportunities for Boy and Girl Scouts to complete merit requirements and a special Kids’ Zone for our youngest visitors, featuring stomp rockets and arts & crafts activities.

Find out more about the Boy and Girl Scout opportunities

Find out more about the Electromagnetic Spectrum activities

Find out more about the Space Science activities

Find out more about the Polar Science activities

Find out more about the Earth Science activities