Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics workshops.
DaVinci Camp stands next to the big red testing machine at the Richmond Field Station.
DaVinci Camp stands next to a patriarch tree found at the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, in the Inyo National Park.
DaVinci Camp scholars seeing a presentation on dust particles and research, for the Environmental Engineering Department at Stanford.
Graduate student Michelle, gives a presentation about the Design School at Stanford to the students.
The scholars test how many holes the aluminum cap will take before its gives out and the water escapes.
Your turn to look at one of the machines that is used to measure air quality, at the Environmental Engineering Department in Stanford.
Orlando Murillo gives a presentation to the scholars about the varieties of cheeses found at the Cheeseboard, at UC Berkeley.
DaVinci scholars build their own original mechanical robots at the Exploratoirum
At the solar home at Stanford, scholars see the real life application of structural engineering and solar technology.
Scholars learn about urban planning with James Rojas, MIT alumni, at the Berkeley Art Museum.
At Stanford University, DaVinci Camp staff member explains a bit of geometry with the use of a compass and protractor.
DaVinci Camp scholars were given a workshop by artist and production designer, Simon Varela, that showed them how to create art on books related to Mayan traditions
scholars look for middle edge pieces on the Rubik’s cube to start solving the first step; the cross.