Croucher Science Week 2020 will be held from 18th March to 5th April. Croucher Science Week is funded by the Croucher Foundation, and is jointly organised by the Croucher Foundation, the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Science Museum.
This year, Croucher Science Week has invited groups of professional science communicators from around the world to engage Hong Kong audiences in a series of science activities, including Croucher Scholars from Hong Kong, Eddie Goldstein and Science Circus from the United States, and Anturus and Science Museum Group from the UK.
Croucher Science Week creates public programmes for families and the general public to experience the excitement of science. Public programmes include Drop-in Activities, Street Science Shows, Theatre Science Shows and Family Workshops. We will explore the science behind “slime”, space science, forces, relations of Maths & magic, etc. The public audience can register the programmes starting from 3rd March.
A list of school programmes is also ready for schools to participate. Programmes at the museum include Theatre Science Shows and Teacher Development Workshops, which are suitable for primary school students and teachers from primary and secondary schools.
Croucher Science Week will also bring School Tour Shows to primary and secondary schools. Science Circus will demonstrate the physics behind juggling, and Eddie Goldstein will use magic, comedy and juggling to blow your mind with amazing topics in maths and science. Schools can register the school programmes starting from 14th January.
Come and join us in Croucher Science Week 2020! Let’s explore, discover and find fun in science!
Programme leaflet can be downloaded here.