By C. MacDonald
Students get to show their creativity every year at science and engineering fairs throughout California. I participated in one as a junior high school student, creating a seismograph with the help of two brainy peers. Our fascinating exhibit at the county science fair won first place.
Elated, we decided to keep our machine on during the night. What a night we chose! The evening of Friday, March 27, 1964 went down in history when the Great Alaskan 9.2 Earthquake’s after-tremors were felt across the Bay Area. The next morning, our excited team rushed to the science hall to see how our seismograph had recorded history. Read the full story…>Previous: « Bird Festivals and Events 2017 | Next: Cal Air Shows »