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Celebrate Innovation with Lockheed Martin at USA Science & Engineering Festival

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Think the USA Science & Engineering Festival is just for the technologically savvy minded with an interest in science and math? Think again. It's for everyone from all walks of life.

In the span of two days, April 26-27, 2014 the Washington Convention Center will be transformed into a whirling array of opportunities - from F-35 flight simulation to a chance to pilot an Orion space flight and a chance to test a repellant lab coat with super soakers - that will be beyond fun.

Did you know? You if you attend the USA Science & Engineering Festival you will have the opportunity to experience a STEM celebration like no other with over 3,000 hands-on activities and 150 stage shows including science celebrities like Bill Nye the Science Guy, Dr. Michio Kaku, They Might Be Giants, Mathematician and "Dancing with the Stars" Contestant Danica McKellar, Mike Rowe and much more. And the best part- the Festival is FREE and Open to the Public, click here to pre-register to attend.

To further enhance your Festival experience, Lockheed Martin is offering the free 2014 Lockheed Martin USASEF mobile application -available in iTunes and Google Play- which provides students with a virtual passport to journey through the exciting technologies and hands-on demonstrations within Lockheed Martin's 56,000 square foot exhibit space. Read more here.

Be sure to check out the attached video, "Apollo Engineer: Science Not About Being a Geek" which explains and takes the stereotype term Geek out of the love of Science.

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