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Date & Time

17.03 (Sat)

12.00 - 13.00

18.03 (Sun)

16.30 - 17.30

Facilitator

Nanogirl from New Zealand, loves using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to engineer her way into – and out of – life’s problems. Imaginative, adventurous, curious and resourceful, Nanogirl believes that science is for everyone; she also loves experiments and explosions! Nanogirl makes complex scientific concepts accessible and fun for all. A strong female role model, Nanogirl inspires a love of STEM with a strong focus on increasing diversity in participation. The Nanogirl programme seeks to challenge stereotypes in STEM fields - to inspire, educate and empower diverse audiences worldwide.

Location

Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

Little Bang, Big Bang

See Nanogirl in the explosive Nanogirl Live! “Little Bang, Big Bang”, coming to the Croucher Science Week. Join Nanogirl and her trusty lab assistant for science as you've never seen it before. Explosions (lots of explosions!), smoke cannons and fireballs – science and engineering will come to life in the coolest ways possible, right before your eyes. Nanogirl will explain the science behind each experiment in a way that’s fun and easy to understand. We will start with a small experiment to explain each idea (the Little Bang) - often with the help of a volunteer from the audience; then Nanogirl takes the same principle and cranks it up to BIG BANG scale!

Little Bang, Big Bang

See Nanogirl in the explosive Nanogirl Live! “Little Bang, Big Bang”, coming to the Croucher Science Week. Join Nanogirl and her trusty lab assistant for science as you've never seen it before. Explosions (lots of explosions!), smoke cannons and fireballs – science and engineering will come to life in the coolest ways possible, right before your eyes. Nanogirl will explain the science behind each experiment in a way that’s fun and easy to understand. We will start with a small experiment to explain each idea (the Little Bang) - often with the help of a volunteer from the audience; then Nanogirl takes the same principle and cranks it up to BIG BANG scale!

Date & Time

17.03 (Sat)

12.00 - 13.00

18.03 (Sun)

16.30 - 17.30

Facilitator

Nanogirl from New Zealand, loves using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to engineer her way into – and out of – life’s problems. Imaginative, adventurous, curious and resourceful, Nanogirl believes that science is for everyone; she also loves experiments and explosions! Nanogirl makes complex scientific concepts accessible and fun for all. A strong female role model, Nanogirl inspires a love of STEM with a strong focus on increasing diversity in participation. The Nanogirl programme seeks to challenge stereotypes in STEM fields - to inspire, educate and empower diverse audiences worldwide.

Location

Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

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Date & Time

17.03 (Sat)

12.00 - 17.00

18.03 (Sun)

12.00 - 17.00

Facilitator

The Australian Museum, founded in 1827, is the nation’s first museum, and is an internationally recognised natural science and culture institution focused on Australia and the Pacific. As custodian of more than 18 million objects, the museum is uniquely positioned to provide a greater understanding of the region through its scientific research, exhibitions and public and education programs. Through the Australian Museum Research Institute, the museum also has a leading role in conserving Australia’s biodiversity, by helping to understand the environmental impacts of climate change, potential biosecurity threats and invasive species.

Location

Hong Kong Science Museum

Family Days: Drop-in Activities and Street Science Shows

During the weekend of the Croucher Science Week, science communicators from around the world will be joining us to produce various science activities and shows. A science team from the Australian Museum will perform drop-in activities. Audience will have a chance to extract DNA from fruits. Scholars from the Croucher Foundation, Nanogirl, and Science Made Simple will give various street science performances to engage our audiences with lots of exciting science tricks. Join us to explore a range of fun and interactive science activities!

2814da93a20619e67ffab5905c059ec0

No registration!

Family Days: Drop-in Activities and Street Science Shows

During the weekend of the Croucher Science Week, science communicators from around the world will be joining us to produce various science activities and shows. A science team from the Australian Museum will perform drop-in activities. Audience will have a chance to extract DNA from fruits. Scholars from the Croucher Foundation, Nanogirl, and Science Made Simple will give various street science performances to engage our audiences with lots of exciting science tricks. Join us to explore a range of fun and interactive science activities!

Date & Time

17.03 (Sat)

12.00 - 17.00

18.03 (Sun)

12.00 - 17.00

Facilitator

The Australian Museum, founded in 1827, is the nation’s first museum, and is an internationally recognised natural science and culture institution focused on Australia and the Pacific. As custodian of more than 18 million objects, the museum is uniquely positioned to provide a greater understanding of the region through its scientific research, exhibitions and public and education programs. Through the Australian Museum Research Institute, the museum also has a leading role in conserving Australia’s biodiversity, by helping to understand the environmental impacts of climate change, potential biosecurity threats and invasive species.

Location

Hong Kong Science Museum

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74096cfd9901d8596f54795e12255482

Date & Time

17.03 (Sat)

12.00 - 13.00

18.03 (Sun)

16.30 - 17.30

Facilitator

Nanogirl from New Zealand, loves using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to engineer her way into – and out of – life’s problems. Imaginative, adventurous, curious and resourceful, Nanogirl believes that science is for everyone; she also loves experiments and explosions! Nanogirl makes complex scientific concepts accessible and fun for all. A strong female role model, Nanogirl inspires a love of STEM with a strong focus on increasing diversity in participation. The Nanogirl programme seeks to challenge stereotypes in STEM fields - to inspire, educate and empower diverse audiences worldwide.

Location

Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

Little Bang, Big Bang

See Nanogirl in the explosive Nanogirl Live! “Little Bang, Big Bang”, coming to the Croucher Science Week. Join Nanogirl and her trusty lab assistant for science as you've never seen it before. Explosions (lots of explosions!), smoke cannons and fireballs – science and engineering will come to life in the coolest ways possible, right before your eyes. Nanogirl will explain the science behind each experiment in a way that’s fun and easy to understand. We will start with a small experiment to explain each idea (the Little Bang) - often with the help of a volunteer from the audience; then Nanogirl takes the same principle and cranks it up to BIG BANG scale!

Little Bang, Big Bang

See Nanogirl in the explosive Nanogirl Live! “Little Bang, Big Bang”, coming to the Croucher Science Week. Join Nanogirl and her trusty lab assistant for science as you've never seen it before. Explosions (lots of explosions!), smoke cannons and fireballs – science and engineering will come to life in the coolest ways possible, right before your eyes. Nanogirl will explain the science behind each experiment in a way that’s fun and easy to understand. We will start with a small experiment to explain each idea (the Little Bang) - often with the help of a volunteer from the audience; then Nanogirl takes the same principle and cranks it up to BIG BANG scale!

Date & Time

17.03 (Sat)

12.00 - 13.00

18.03 (Sun)

16.30 - 17.30

Facilitator

Nanogirl from New Zealand, loves using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to engineer her way into – and out of – life’s problems. Imaginative, adventurous, curious and resourceful, Nanogirl believes that science is for everyone; she also loves experiments and explosions! Nanogirl makes complex scientific concepts accessible and fun for all. A strong female role model, Nanogirl inspires a love of STEM with a strong focus on increasing diversity in participation. The Nanogirl programme seeks to challenge stereotypes in STEM fields - to inspire, educate and empower diverse audiences worldwide.

Location

Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

2814da93a20619e67ffab5905c059ec0

Date & Time

17.03 (Sat)

12.00 - 17.00

18.03 (Sun)

12.00 - 17.00

Facilitator

The Australian Museum, founded in 1827, is the nation’s first museum, and is an internationally recognised natural science and culture institution focused on Australia and the Pacific. As custodian of more than 18 million objects, the museum is uniquely positioned to provide a greater understanding of the region through its scientific research, exhibitions and public and education programs. Through the Australian Museum Research Institute, the museum also has a leading role in conserving Australia’s biodiversity, by helping to understand the environmental impacts of climate change, potential biosecurity threats and invasive species.

Location

Hong Kong Science Museum

Family Days: Drop-in Activities and Street Science Shows

During the weekend of the Croucher Science Week, science communicators from around the world will be joining us to produce various science activities and shows. A science team from the Australian Museum will perform drop-in activities. Audience will have a chance to extract DNA from fruits. Scholars from the Croucher Foundation, Nanogirl, and Science Made Simple will give various street science performances to engage our audiences with lots of exciting science tricks. Join us to explore a range of fun and interactive science activities!

2814da93a20619e67ffab5905c059ec0

No registration!

Family Days: Drop-in Activities and Street Science Shows

During the weekend of the Croucher Science Week, science communicators from around the world will be joining us to produce various science activities and shows. A science team from the Australian Museum will perform drop-in activities. Audience will have a chance to extract DNA from fruits. Scholars from the Croucher Foundation, Nanogirl, and Science Made Simple will give various street science performances to engage our audiences with lots of exciting science tricks. Join us to explore a range of fun and interactive science activities!

Date & Time

17.03 (Sat)

12.00 - 17.00

18.03 (Sun)

12.00 - 17.00

Facilitator

The Australian Museum, founded in 1827, is the nation’s first museum, and is an internationally recognised natural science and culture institution focused on Australia and the Pacific. As custodian of more than 18 million objects, the museum is uniquely positioned to provide a greater understanding of the region through its scientific research, exhibitions and public and education programs. Through the Australian Museum Research Institute, the museum also has a leading role in conserving Australia’s biodiversity, by helping to understand the environmental impacts of climate change, potential biosecurity threats and invasive species.

Location

Hong Kong Science Museum

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