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  • Chemical Capers

    Get hands-on with kitchen chemistry and see what happens when we mix things up in this online science activity! Join in the experiments using materials commonly found around the house. Learn about the difference between physical and chemical changes, and find out how molecules interact with one another. Surely, we will not miss out the reactions between acids and bases while creating exciting colour changes! What kind of cool experiments can you do with items in your pantry? Explore the wonderful world of chemistry by seeing and doing, and having fun while you are at it!

    Facilitator
    Fizzics Education (AU)
    Format
    Live by Zoom Webinar
    Suitable For
    Parents with kids aged 8 or above
    Language
    English with Cantonese interpretation
    Date & Time
    02.04 Sat 14.00 - 15.00
    MATERIALS TO PREPARE

    The list will be emailed to audience who successfully registered for the session.

    Remarks
    • The show lasts for about 60mins.
    • Quotas are limited and are on a first come, first served basis.
    • Audiences are required to register the show through Croucher Science Week LIVE event registration site. Successful registrations will receive a Zoom link to access the event.
    • Audiences are highly recommended to prepare the required materials to acquire the best participation experience.
    • Registration will be available on 1 March 2022 at 12noon.
  • CSI Forensics

    Our intrepid detective from the Fizzics Bureau of Investigation needs a team of junior forensic scientists to help solve a major crime! Are you ready to put your detective skills to the test? Follow the clues and work through the forensic evidence as you learn the science behind crime scene investigation. What kind of information can we get from someone's shoe print? How do we match DNA, and what is it anyway? We will show you how to analyse pen inks and fingerprints, plus much more! Let's combine science skills with detective thinking and find out the criminal!

    Facilitator
    Fizzics Education (AU)
    Format
    Live by Zoom Webinar
    Suitable For
    Parents with kids aged 8 or above
    Language
    English with Cantonese interpretation
    Date & Time
    16.04 Sat 14.00 - 15.00
    MATERIALS TO PREPARE

    The list will be emailed to audience who successfully registered for the session.

    Remarks
    • The show lasts for about 60mins.
    • Quotas are limited and are on a first come, first served basis.
    • Audiences are required to register the show through Croucher Science Week LIVE event registration site. Successful registrations will receive a Zoom link to access the event.
    • Audiences are highly recommended to prepare the required materials in order to acquire the best participation experience.
    • For kids under the age of 7 who want to participate, parent’s guidance and accompany are highly recommended.
    • Registration will be available on 1 March 2022 at 12noon.
  • Liquid Nitrogen Show

    Witness demonstrations with liquid nitrogen in this "Super Cool" online science show! Find out how solids, liquids and gases can change when rapidly heated or cooled. Have you ever wondered about what happens to living things if they are frozen? How can Newton’s Third Law of Motion explain a liquid nitrogen sprinkler? Join the scientists as we pop can lids, smash tennis balls and expand balloons to learn all about pressure, forces, and changes in states of matter!

    Facilitator
    Fizzics Education (AU)
    Format
    Live by Zoom Webinar
    Suitable For
    Parents with kids aged 8 or above
    Language
    English with Cantonese interpretation
    Date & Time
    26.03 Sat 14.00 - 15.00
    15.04 Fri 14.00 - 15.00
    Remarks
    • The show lasts for about 60mins.
    • Quotas are limited and are on a first come, first served basis.
    • Audiences are required to register the show through Croucher Science Week LIVE event registration site. Successful registrations will receive a Zoom link to access the event.
    • Registration will be available on 1 March 2022 at 12noon.