Experiences included soldering, making mini succulent planters out of bottle corks, watching robots made by kids battle each other (under water!), racing CO2-powered cars, learning about anatomy by layering clay to create realistic models, simultaneously deepening your knowledge of chemistry and tempting your tastebuds with Colorado culinary inventions – and so much more! The Division of Natural Sciences & Math participated and Drs. Keith Miller, Nancy Sasaki, Julie Morris, and Alvaro Arias had some fun demonstrations for the kids. More than 4,000 people stopped by the Magness Arena, Hamilton Gymnasium and all over the bridge.