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Time travel as a guided chemical tour - Festival Project 2015

by András Róka
Science does not have to be dry and boring. It can be an exciting performance. In this project the Hungarian teacher demonstrates with chemical reactions various events from the Big Bang through many evolutionary stages up to the development of humans.

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Liquid chromatography with mixtures of coloured components (gel filtration) - Festival project 2015

by Andrea van Bruggen, Dr. Stefan Rüdiger
Science is not only about understanding abstract concepts but also about experimental ways to investigate them. Therefore it is vital that students get to know different methods such as liquid chromatography with which they investigate various biological phenomena such as the influence of antibiotics on the membranes of the vesicles.

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Fluorescence spectroscopy using smartphones and a rugby ball - Festival project 2015

by Anders Floren
Fluorescence is the basic for most microscopic imaging and a fundamental tool in biotechnology. Unfortunately it is not easy to grasp. In this project a new approach is presented to make this fascinating topic accessible to students.

Developing Science understanding through misconceptions - Festival project 2015

by Alessio Bernardelli

An important aspect of every good lessons is for the teacher to find out what the students don’t know and in which areas there are misconceptions, Exactly that is the premise for this teaching project. Students first research common misconceptions in scientific fields and then learn about the correct scientific explanations.

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