It’s fitting that a glow-in-the-dark owl will adorn volunteers’ shirts at Arizona State University’s Night of the Open Door, because for one night only, from 5-9 p.m., March 3, ASU’s Tempe campus will shine a spotlight on more than 165 activities to celebrate the sciences, arts, humanities and engineering as part of the Arizona SciTech Festival.

Presented in conjunction with the Arizona SciTech Festival, Night of the Open Door will offer hands-on demonstration, tours of research facilities, book readings, and access to museums and world-class plant collections.

Study the stars. Build your own rollercoaster. Explore the Biodesign Institute or “Reptile Row.”

Participate in a trebuchet demonstration, a Math Art Walk, an embodied gaming experience, or visit the cartoon voting booth.

Solve a cipher or giant word game created by ASU poet Alberto Rios. Talk to scientists, designers and teachers about volcanoes, border issues and quantum physics, or listen to the music of a laptop orchestra.

To register, and for more information, visit the Night of the Open Door website at: http://opendoor.asu.edu/

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