Gallery Camp InventionTechnovationMother & Daughter Engineering FestScience ConferenceCracking the CodeNewspaper sculpture'Technovation 2015'Camp Invention Participants 2015'Girls from the Mother Daughter Engineering Fest'Mothers and daughters at the Engineering Fest'Building a Balloon Powered Car'Girls show off their newspaper sculpture at Camp Invention'Constructing a Ferris Wheel'Cracking the Code'Testing their kartwheel'Girls working together on their code'Mothers with their daughters at the Engineering Fest'Building a Balloon Powered Car'Investigating Centrifugal Forces'Science Conference Participants 2015'Balloon Powered Cars'Brainstormers working on their kartwheel'A proud rocket scientist'Water fun at Camp Invention'Mother and Daughter Engineering Fest 2015'Changing the direction of laser beams using mirrors'Building a Balloon Powered Car'Mother/Daughter Engineering Fest'2 Drunk 2 Drive App Display'Girls with their Balloon Powered Cars'Building a space telescope'Girls created friendly game of satellite tag designed to teach about reflective light in space'Having fun at the Mother and Daughter Engineering Fest'Looking through stereoscopic viewers to understand the depth of images that satellites record in space.'Working hard at Camp Invention'Girls holding up a game that demonstrates the idea of escape velocity'Stereoscopic viewers help the girls understand the depth of images that satellites record in space.'Seeing the effect air pressure has on height!'Check out her new telescope!'Piecing together a puzzle to see how astronauts live in space'Looking through a lens that will become part of a telescope'Looking through her stereoscopic viewer'Group 16 from the 2015 Science Conference'Putting a lens in place to create a telescope'Working together to see how old they would be on other planets'Putting together a thermometer to compare temperatures on Earth to those in space'Putting the finishing touches on her telescope'Seeing things more clearly through a telescope'Showing off her space telescope'Group 11 from the 2015 Science Conference'Decreasing air pressure to allow “astronauts” to grow'