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The staff from the Bristol ChemLabS demonstrated how dry ice changes the colour of an acid-base indicator to the visitors in a Family Day.
The staff from the Bristol ChemLabS demonstrated how dry ice changes the colour of an acid-base indicator to the visitors in a Family Day.
The staff from the University of Bristol explained the chemistry of polymorph to the visitors in a Family Day.
The staff from the University of Bristol explained the chemistry of polymorph to the visitors in a Family Day.
The staff from the University of Bath guided the visitors to distinguish different ores in a Family Day.
The staff from the University of Bath guided the visitors to distinguish different ores in a Family Day.
Students were observing the shape of different crystals through microscopes.
Students were observing the shape of different crystals through microscopes.
A FameLaber explained the science concept of taste to visitors.
A FameLaber explained the science concept of taste to visitors.
A magician helped children to understand illusion through magic in a Family Day.
A magician helped children to understand illusion through magic in a Family Day.
In a Family Day, bubble artists made large amount of bubbles to entertain visitors.
In a Family Day, bubble artists made large amount of bubbles to entertain visitors.
A speaker from London Science Museum and local teachers discussed the effective way to arouse students' curiosity.
A speaker from London Science Museum and local teachers discussed the effective way to arouse students' curiosity.
Speakers from London Science Museum demonstrated how to use ordinary objects and inquiry skills to arouse students' interest in learning science.
Speakers from London Science Museum demonstrated how to use ordinary objects and inquiry skills to arouse students' interest in learning science.
A speaker from the Bristol ChemLabS explained the molecular structure of polymorph through a model.
A speaker from the Bristol ChemLabS explained the molecular structure of polymorph through a model.
A speaker from the Bristol ChemLabS demonstrated measuring the amount of chemical.
A speaker from the Bristol ChemLabS demonstrated measuring the amount of chemical.
A speaker from the Department of Chemistry of the University of Bath explained to students how fuel oil is extracted from cooking oil.
A speaker from the Department of Chemistry of the University of Bath explained to students how fuel oil is extracted from cooking oil.
Students were preparing to test the efficiency of the solar cells made by themselves.
Students were preparing to test the efficiency of the solar cells made by themselves.
Students were making their own "slime" and learnt about its characteristics.
Students were making their own "slime" and learnt about its characteristics.
Parents and kids worked together and enjoyed the fun of doing experiments.
Parents and kids worked together and enjoyed the fun of doing experiments.
A parent took a selfie with her kid after doing an experiment.
A parent took a selfie with her kid after doing an experiment.
Parents and kids learnt the science and characteristics of water through different experiments.
Parents and kids learnt the science and characteristics of water through different experiments.
Kids were experimenting with water to feel the centrifugal force.
Kids were experimenting with water to feel the centrifugal force.
Dr Samantha Tang from the University of Nottingham demonstrated the power of a dry ice cannon.
Dr Samantha Tang from the University of Nottingham demonstrated the power of a dry ice cannon.
Dr Samantha Tang let students try the texture of the bubbles made by dry ice.
Dr Samantha Tang let students try the texture of the bubbles made by dry ice.
Dr Annela Seddon from the University of Bristol asked students to combine blocks in different ways to explain the advantages of producing materials with nanotechnology.
Dr Annela Seddon from the University of Bristol asked students to combine blocks in different ways to explain the advantages of producing materials with nanotechnology.
Dr Annela Seddon demonstrated the water resistance capability of the clothes made by nanotechnology.
Dr Annela Seddon demonstrated the water resistance capability of the clothes made by nanotechnology.
Jamie Gallagher from the University of Glasgow helped the audience to generate electricity with her body heat to power the motor of a disk.
Jamie Gallagher from the University of Glasgow helped the audience to generate electricity with her body heat to power the motor of a disk.
The audience swung connectors to simulate the breaking of molecular bonds in an excited state.
The audience swung connectors to simulate the breaking of molecular bonds in an excited state.
Jamie Gallagher collected ping pong balls thrown by the audience with an umbrella to simulate the working mechanism of solar cell.
Jamie Gallagher collected ping pong balls thrown by the audience with an umbrella to simulate the working mechanism of solar cell.
The science communicator from Science made simple was adding water into a container on the hat a member of the audience was wearing and preparing for an exciting getting-wet game.
The science communicator from Science made simple was adding water into a container on the hat a member of the audience was wearing and preparing for an exciting getting-wet game.
Science communicators were burning a water balloon above the head of a member of the audience. Will her get wet?
Science communicators were burning a water balloon above the head of a member of the audience. Will her get wet?
The science communicator from London Science Museum covered the eyes of a member of the audience and let her try the texture of the liquid inside the box.
The science communicator from London Science Museum covered the eyes of a member of the audience and let her try the texture of the liquid inside the box.
A science communicator blew the air into a can, making the corn starch catch the fire and explode.
A science communicator blew the air into a can, making the corn starch catch the fire and explode.
A contestant of the FameLab Hong Kong Grand Final was required to explain a scientific topic in an interesting way within three minutes.
A contestant of the FameLab Hong Kong Grand Final was required to explain a scientific topic in an interesting way within three minutes.
The contestants of FameLab Hong Kong Grand Final were taking a photo together.
The contestants of FameLab Hong Kong Grand Final were taking a photo together.


 

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