SkeptiCal 2018 Exhibitors

 

About Time

The mission of About Time is to find, mentor, and train people to educate and promote science and scientific skepticism through crowd-sourced and educational activities world-wide.


Atheist Community of San Jose

The Atheist Community of San Jose (ACSJ) is an organization for atheists and like-minded non-believers, founded to develop and support the atheist community and to provide opportunities for socializing, philanthropy, education, and friendship.


Bay Area Skeptics

BAS is the San Francisco Bay Area’s oldest and longest-running science and skepticism organization, promoting reason and critical thinking through regular meetings, SkepTalks, and social media.


Camp Quest West

Camp Quest provides an educational adventure — shaped by fun, friends, and freethought — featuring science, natural wonder, and humanist values such as empathy, creativity, critical thinking, and community.


Independent Investigations Group

The IIG is an international network of trained investigators who will not only look into paranormal, fringe science, and extraordinary claims in their own regions, but also administer the IIG $100,000 Challenge.


Sacramento Area Skeptics

SAS is a non-profit dedicated to promoting scientific skepticism in our community and across the world through Meetup, Facebook, and the SkeptiCal conference.


Secularity

Secularity creates science-themed clothing and accessories like shirts, lapel pins, embroidered patches, and more.


Stanislaus Humanists

Humanism is the ethical position that we have to take care of each other right now — in this life, on this planet — and Stanislaus Humanists are committed to educating ourselves and encouraging each other to put our knowledge into action.


Sunday Assembly East Bay

Sunday Assembly East Bay is an inclusive secular congregation that celebrates life, gathering for a monthly celebration (speaker/singer/potluck), plus in smaller groups (volunteering/philosophy/hiking/activism/secular) to build community.


Wonderfest

Wonderfest, the Bay Area Beacon of Science, shines light on local researchers via live, in-person science discourse.