Plan ahead for next year when mom and dad has to go back to work – sign up for the CTSC Summer Science Camp and get four days packed with exciting activities and scienterrific fun! Dates: 7-10 January 2014 Times: 9:00 to 13:00 daily Ages: 8-12 years Cost: R632 per child (non-members), R480 per child (CTSC Members) […]
What’s happening to Earth’s magnetic field? Presented by Dr Pieter Kotzé is a research physicist at the South African National Space Agency (SANSA) What is the status of Earth’s magnetic field? What shields us from harmful energetic particles from outer space? What changes in the geomagnetic field, due to the sun’s solar activities, result in space […]
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Can FIRST® LEGO® League teams help us master natural disasters? In the 2013 NATURE’S FURY℠ Challenge, over 200,000 children ages 9 to 16 from over 70 countries will explore the awe-inspiring storms, quakes, waves and more that we call natural disasters. Teams will discover what can be done when intense natural events meet the places […]
The Asteroids, The Dinosaurs and You! A brief history and future of our dangerous solar system Presented by Jim Adams, Deputy Chief Technologist, NASA Our thinking about asteroids has changed dramatically in the last 50 years. NASA’s Deputy Chief Technologist will explore the scientific findings that has led to the most prominent theory for the […]
Talk presented by Werner Engelbrecht and Dee Blackhurst Low alcohol wines are one of the fastest growing categories in the global wine market. Werner Engelbrecht will look at the reasons for higher alcohol levels in wine, discuss the various ways in which low alcohol wines can be created and look at future trends in wine making […]
Well, you can lie down in front of the bulldozers. You can write letters to your MP and the President. You could join an NGO and let them campaign on your behalf? Or, you can become a “Citizen Scientist” and then you can really make a difference
Create virtual chemical reactions anywhere with this interactive periodic table designed by the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago