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Science Alive 2014


The contestant presented the science of smiling in an innovative way in three minutes in the FameLab Hong Kong Grand Final
The contestant presented the science of smiling in an innovative way in three minutes in the FameLab Hong Kong Grand Final
The contestants of FameLab Hong Kong were taking a "selfie" together
The contestants of FameLab Hong Kong were taking a "selfie" together
In the interactive exhibition, "LifeWorks", children could feel, try and examine the exhibits introducing human body, animals and plants
In the interactive exhibition, "LifeWorks", children could feel, try and examine the exhibits introducing human body, animals and plants
A UK science communicator introduced the journey of food after entering your mouth in the Science Drama Show
A UK science communicator introduced the journey of food after entering your mouth in the Science Drama Show
A UK science communicator invited the audience to take part in the performance in the "It Takes Guts" Science Drama Show
A UK science communicator invited the audience to take part in the performance in the "It Takes Guts" Science Drama Show
"Mr Shark's Coral Café" Science Drama Show aroused the awareness of the audience on shark finning issues and sustainable marine life
"Mr Shark's Coral Café" Science Drama Show aroused the awareness of the audience on shark finning issues and sustainable marine life
"Mr Shark's Coral Café" Science Walkabout Show got to the outdoor area to interact with children to promote the importance of marine conservation
"Mr Shark's Coral Café" Science Walkabout Show got to the outdoor area to interact with children to promote the importance of marine conservation
"Mr Shark's Coral Café" Science Walkabout Show got to the outdoor area to interact with children to promote the importance of marine conservation
"Mr Shark's Coral Café" Science Walkabout Show got to the outdoor area to interact with children to promote the importance of marine conservation
Some activities of Family Days took place at the Lower Piazza of the museum, attracting a lot of visitors
Some activities of Family Days took place at the Lower Piazza of the museum, attracting a lot of visitors
Children clustered around the clowns for getting balloon twisting toys in Family Days
Children clustered around the clowns for getting balloon twisting toys in Family Days
A kid showed her balloon twisting toy while taking photo with the clown in Family Days
A kid showed her balloon twisting toy while taking photo with the clown in Family Days
The bubble artists made giant soap bubbles to entertain the visitors in Family Days
The bubble artists made giant soap bubbles to entertain the visitors in Family Days
The bubble artists made giant soap bubbles to entertain the visitors in Family Days
The bubble artists made giant soap bubbles to entertain the visitors in Family Days
The face painters drew a beautiful picture on the arm of a kid
The face painters drew a beautiful picture on the arm of a kid
The face painters drew a beautiful picture on the face of a kid
The face painters drew a beautiful picture on the face of a kid
Children learnt science in the drop-in activities of Family Days
Children learnt science in the drop-in activities of Family Days
Children learnt science in the drop-in activities of Family Days
Children learnt science in the drop-in activities of Family Days
Children were observing the world attentively under microscopes in Family Days
Children were observing the world attentively under microscopes in Family Days
Children were observing the world attentively under microscopes in Family Days
Children were observing the world attentively under microscopes in Family Days
Wearing a mask, Dr Christopher See of University of Hong Kong discussed with an audience the science behind the fiction of modern superhero movies in the Science Interactive Lecture "The Biology of Superheroes"
Wearing a mask, Dr Christopher See of University of Hong Kong discussed with an audience the science behind the fiction of modern superhero movies in the Science Interactive Lecture "The Biology of Superheroes"
Dr Christopher See of University of Hong Kong introduced the science behind the fiction of modern superhero movies in the Science Interactive Lecture
Dr Christopher See of University of Hong Kong introduced the science behind the fiction of modern superhero movies in the Science Interactive Lecture
Dr Nathalie Pettorelli of Zoological Society of London highlighted the key role of science in formulating future environmental management strategies in the Science Interactive Lecture
Dr Nathalie Pettorelli of Zoological Society of London highlighted the key role of science in formulating future environmental management strategies in the Science Interactive Lecture
Dr Nathalie Pettorelli of Zoological Society of London highlighted the key role of science in formulating future environmental management strategies in the Science Interactive Lecture
Dr Nathalie Pettorelli of Zoological Society of London highlighted the key role of science in formulating future environmental management strategies in the Science Interactive Lecture
Prof. Marcus du Sautoy of University of Oxford invited audiences to play a math game to explore how mathematics can help to predict the future
Prof. Marcus du Sautoy of University of Oxford invited audiences to play a math game to explore how mathematics can help to predict the future
Prof. Marcus du Sautoy of University of Oxford invited audience to play a musical chairs game to explore how mathematics can help to predict the future
Prof. Marcus du Sautoy of University of Oxford invited audience to play a musical chairs game to explore how mathematics can help to predict the future
Speaker from Society of Biology, UK used the DNA finger-printing technique to find out the DNA fragments of hair
Speaker from Society of Biology, UK used the DNA finger-printing technique to find out the DNA fragments of hair
Speakers from Society of Biology, UK used the DNA finger-printing technique to find out the DNA fragments of hair
Speakers from Society of Biology, UK used the DNA finger-printing technique to find out the DNA fragments of hair
Students were observing the cells carefully through a microscope
Students were observing the cells carefully through a microscope
Speaker from University of Edinburgh, UK played the role of an ancient scientist to explain the cell biology
Speaker from University of Edinburgh, UK played the role of an ancient scientist to explain the cell biology


 

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