DaVinci Camp students visiting different research laboratories and centers.
Scholars watch as a machine in the basement of the mechanical engineering building stretches a bar of a synthetic polymer until it breaks.
DaVinci Camp at the Lick Observatory to learn more outer space.
At the UC Berkeley civil engineering department, students worked in the earthquake simulator lab at PEER (Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research) Center.
Trevor Dolinajec, Biophysics graduate student at Berkeley, presents the preliminary results of his research.
Scholars learn about the competition for the most innovative solar home, while touring Stanford’s own solar home model.
At the UCSF orthopedic surgery lab, Dezba Coughlin, director of the lab, showed the students a few bones.
Graduate Student Charles opens up the doors to his Physics Lab and demonstrates the use of lasers in research at Stanford University.
DaVinci camp visits the Veterans Affairs hospital in San Francisco to observe an MRI machine and its use.
DaVinci Camp scholars take a closer look at the work of the researchers at the one of the polymer labs in the Chemistry Department at UC Berkeley.
At the Stanford Product Realization lab, Dr. Marlo Kohn, associate director and lecturer, explains the function of a laser cutter to the scholars.
Scholars and staff observe data (brain cross sections) recorded by an MRI machine.
Scholars work and create models at the Design School at Stanford University.
A few DaVinci Camp scholars are mesmerized while looking at an engine at the Hesse Lab in the Mechanical Engineering Department at UC Berkeley.