USA Science and Engineering Festival Explorations by Sydney Beveridge
Social Explorer enjoyed two busy days at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in DC this past weekend. About half a million science fans explored over 1,500 exhibits and activities at the event. Visitors to the American Sociological Association booth made predictions about their neighborhoods, which they compared to census data from Social Explorer tools.
Everyone from kids to high schoolers to parents to educators stopped by to test out hypotheses and learn more about sociology.
We even had a visit from a very famous printer and scientist, all the way from 18th century Philadelphia.
You can be like Ben Franklin and look up information on your own neighborhood using Social Explorer’s maps.