Hundreds of curious youngsters passed by our stand on the 26th of September at Real Sciences building of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim to touch, play and experience science with hands-on activities.
Ark4 presented the game of Flora Danica tha has been developed by Associate Professor at IDI Michail Giannakos and PhD student from the University of Corfu, Greece, Giannis Elefteriotis.
The event is probably the largest with 1100 high school students visiting the Gløshaugen campus. The Norwegian University of Science and Technology preesnted 35 stands, 9 lectures, 3 lab excursions of ongoing research.The event started at 19:00 and fireworks were send 22:30. The Researchers' Night event is part of the Norwegian Science Week (forskningsdagene), which is a nationwide annual event with the aim to allow a wide public to experience ongoing research and science.
At the same time Mubil an Interactive Lab is presnted at NTNU University Museum in Trondheim from the 5th of October until the 5th of November! School students visiting the Museum can experience an experiment and a book from 1590 in 3D technology.
Project leader : Alexandra Angeletaki