City Council approves Quest site plan
The plan to build the Quest Science Center in downtown Livermore has received approval from the Livermore City Council this month, moving the vision of bringing leading edge science exploration to the Tri-Valley one big step forward.
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CO 2 workshop at Expanding Your Horizons
Does a hamster or a mouse give off more CO 2? How about old bananas or grapes? A t the Tri-Valley Expanding Your Horizons conference, about 40 students found the answers in the "Expedition CO 2 " workshop designed by students, Quest volunteers and advisors.
Science on your mobile phone?
Can you find magnets using your mobile phone? Measure the acceleration of a toy car? Quest brings cell phone experiments to Science Odyssey 2020.
Four students win Quest awards
Quest recognizes Coraline Moody-Johnson, Aletheia Lollis, Augie Lollis, and Clarissa Cheung with the inaugural Quest Innovation Awards at Science Odyssey.
Students become teachers at EYH
High-school seniors Grace True and Ashley Modena c reated curriculum and led two workshops at Tri-Valley Expanding Your Horizons (EYH).
Upcoming Quest Lecture
National Defense for
a Brave New World
John Arquilla
March 12, 2020 (Thursday)
7:30 p.m.
Bankhead Theater
Quest proudly sponsors the next Rae Dorough Speaker Series by Professor John Arquilla. For tickets, contact the Bankhead Theater box office, or call 925.373.6800.
Join our Quest
We're building a community of supporters like you. Together we will create a place where everyone at any age can question, understand and explore science and technology. We invite you to learn more about our activities and how you can support our educational outreach, pilot programs and exhibit development.
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Quest Science Center, formerly Livermore Science and Society Center,
is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, EIN 82-4865787.