Saturday 07 March 2015 - 00.00 to Friday 20 March 2015 - 00.00
Hong Kong Science Museum, Tsim Sha Tsui

Science Alive 2015: Chemistry – why does it matter?

Science Alive is jointly organised by the British Council, the Hong Kong Science Museum, the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Education City Limited, and sponsored by the Croucher Foundation. 

To celebrate a century of amazing chemistry-related discoveries, we are going to feature Chemistry as the theme of Science Alive 2015. Chemistry is the study of the basic characteristics of matter and the different ways in which they react or combine with other matter and energy. Through various activities, we can discover that chemistry is all around us and learn more about the molecular structures of the things we can see and those we cannot. We invites leading UK academics and communicators in the various fields of science to engage Hong Kong’s students, teachers and the public in activities that promote a wider understanding of science.

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