On Nov. 1, AT&T Park in San Francisco was filled with more than 150 interactive science and technology exhibits for Discovery Day, the last event of the 4th annual Bay Area Science Festival.
The exhibits are run by Bay Area organizations. Last year, 30,000 people attended, and the stadium was again buzzing with crowds on Saturday.
At the final event of the Bay Area Science Festival, tens of thousands of people have come to AT&T Park to enjoy more than 150 interactive science and technology exhibits run by Bay Area universities and companies. At the Stanford Prakash Lab, graduate student William Gilpin uses a modified Foldoscope to project an ant onto paper. The Foldoscope is a low-cost microscope that you can make out of paper. (Shara Tonn/Peninsula Press) #peninsulapresslive @bayareascience