Visit the Science Hall of Heroes as RealTimeSTEAM returns to Phoenix Comic Fest (formerly Phoenix Comicon), May 25-27, 2018, to produce science, technology and education programing at the Phoenix Convention Center. The Science Hall of Heroes features hands-on activities and demonstrations for attendees, families and teachers highlighting the research and technology innovations happening in Arizona.
Located in the third-floor ballrooms, North Building, Phoenix Convention Center, the Science Hall of Heroes provides an opportunity for K-12 teachers and community college instructors to earn professional development credits as well as nurture contacts with researchers, companies and educational institutions dedicated to promoting the wonder of science.
Our Science Hall of Heroes exhibitors include:
PHX VR For Good, featuring member Variable Labs and Baltu Studios, dedicated to how virtual reality can lead to positive impact and change;
University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, inspires and trains exemplary physicians, scientists and leaders to optimize health and health care in Arizona and beyond;
AIAA, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, celebrating aerospace ingenuity and collaboration, and its importance to our way of life;
STAX3D, innovating highly effective cost, time, and quality solutions in 3D printing, Kindergarten through Business;
rinky dink press, on a mission to get poetry back into the hands (and pockets) of the people, producing a STEM-focused special edition during Phoenix Comic Fest;
Lowell Observatory, pursuing the study of astronomy, especially the study of our solar system and its evolution;
Galvanize, cultivating tech talent for both companies and individuals with courses in full-stack web development and data science;
NASA Psyche Inspires, space mission-inspired art showcase, highlighting the Arizona State University-led NASA Psyche Mission journey to explore a unique metal world;
Challenger Space Center, encouraging students to learn about the wonders of our universe and the world in which we live;
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, Arizona State University, featuring the research work of the three cameras mounted on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) that capture high resolution and multi-spectral images of the lunar surface;
Arizona Museum of Natural History, inspiring understanding and appreciation of the natural and cultural history of the Southwest (and dinosaurs);
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, Arizona State University, student-based organization that promotes the exploration and development of space;
FIRST Robotics Team CAUTION, winners of the inaugural Sanghi Foundation Arizona State FIRST Robotics Championship;
Center for Education Through eXploration, Arizona State University, transforming learning from mastery of what is known to exploration of the unknown;
LunaH-Map (Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper), Arizona State University, searching for hydrogen deposits at the Moon’s south pole (“the H is silent because the hydrogen is hiding in the permanently shadowed regions”);
Beyond Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science, Arizona State University, bringing together scientists and philosophers from all disciplines to brainstorm some of the age-old questions of existence, using the latest ideas and discoveries at the forefront of scientific research;
Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Studies, Arizona State University, one of an international network of Regional Planetary Image Facility data centers, established by NASA to archive planetary images for use by the scientific and educational communities.