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Lantern Moon: Doing research on wind turbines in primary school with simple experiments

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How do people, animals and objects get inside the TV and how do remote-controlled cars work? Since childhood technics were of tremendous interest to Mona Goudarzi. Today she is a mechanical engineer. In ‘Lantern Moon and Hot Ears’ she presents exciting questions and experiments on wind turbines for primary students and explains how wind is turned into energy.

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Lantern Moon: Electricity in primary school with physicist Otto Lührs

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Everyone who swings a pocket lamp in fast circles can oberserve this phenomenon: Even though the light of the lamp only comes from one point you can see a circular line of light. But how can that be?

Otto Lührs is a physicist and electrician. As a young boy he was curious about how radio, television and telephone do work. Today he is committed at the Technic Museum in Berlin. There he is showing his own

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Lantern Moon: Winning energy from renewable raw materials - simple experiments for primary school

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Regina Palkovits is a chemical engineer and investigates how energy can be won from renewable raw materials. In ‘Lantern Moon and Hot Ears’ she introduces primary school students to the topics renewable energy, environment and fuels. In a simple experiment the students are making lamp oil from walnuts, learning about the interconnection between energy and fuels.

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Lantern Moon: What is the role of genes in our body? Primary students do research!

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Why do people have different coloured eyes, hair or skin? Why do some people get less ill than others? Josef Penninger is a geneticist and does research on how genes work as command headquarters of the cells and which effects they have on our bodies. In ‘Lantern Moon and Hot Ears’ he presents fascinating questions and tasks for primary school students about genetics. The students for example monitor how the

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