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Science Alive 2016


The staff from the Cardiff University explained to the visitors how to make a simple detecting device by assembling different components in the Family Day.
The staff from the Cardiff University explained to the visitors how to make a simple detecting device by assembling different components in the Family Day.
The staff from the Cardiff University simulated the collisions between asters with balls of different sizes in the Family Day.
The staff from the Cardiff University simulated the collisions between asters with balls of different sizes in the Family Day.
The staff from the University of Nottingham demonstrated the surface tension of water to the visitors.
The staff from the University of Nottingham demonstrated the surface tension of water to the visitors.
Visitors tried to use the“air gun”to blow away the paper cups on the table.
Visitors tried to use the“air gun”to blow away the paper cups on the table.
A magician taught children about science through magic tricks in the Family Day.
A magician taught children about science through magic tricks in the Family Day.
The science communicator from the“Science made simple”put the food into a plastic bag to simulate the eating and digestion process.
The science communicator from the“Science made simple”put the food into a plastic bag to simulate the eating and digestion process.
Dr. Paul Coxon from the University of Cambridge showed the audience the efficiency of the solar cell which was made during the lecture.
Dr. Paul Coxon from the University of Cambridge showed the audience the efficiency of the solar cell which was made during the lecture.
Dr. Helen Colley from the University of Sheffield shared her views on the future development of 3D printing of human tissues with the students.
Dr. Helen Colley from the University of Sheffield shared her views on the future development of 3D printing of human tissues with the students.
Dr. Christopher See from the University of Hong Kong was explaining the scientific concepts of the power of different super heroes.
Dr. Christopher See from the University of Hong Kong was explaining the scientific concepts of the power of different super heroes.
The speaker from the“Science made simple”taught the kids how to solder electric components onto a circuit board.
The speaker from the“Science made simple”taught the kids how to solder electric components onto a circuit board.
Parents and kids worked together to make artificial slippery slime.
Parents and kids worked together to make artificial slippery slime.
The student wearing a mask was feeling from which directions his classmates were approaching him.
The student wearing a mask was feeling from which directions his classmates were approaching him.
A speaker from London Science Museum was introducing the effective ways to arouse students' curiosity to local teachers.
A speaker from London Science Museum was introducing the effective ways to arouse students' curiosity to local teachers.
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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