In EKC 2018, Science School is organised in order to promote the scientific and technological knowledge and inclusive development and sharing sprit through science and technology for Korean youth in Europe. The Science School is designed to provide a venue where participants can perform scientific projects with group (5-10 participants in a group) aiming at developing an appropriate technology application for the needed communities in the world. All group activities will be supervised by trained Science School Tutors (generally undergraduate/graduate students majoring science and engineering in university or institute in Europe). As well, all participants will have opportunity to participate in visit program. You can find the practical information for Science School as below. - Organization: EKC 2018, I-Dream* - Dates/Venue: 21-23 Aug 2018 / Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow UK - Eligibility for applicants: Korean youth residing in Europe (Grade 7-12) - Registration fee: 45 GBP (50 EUR) - Contact for questions: email@example.com * I-DREAM (Inclusive Development Research Association for Mankind) is a non-lucrative, non-governmental association, established by European Korean scientists and engineers, with its headquarters in Paris, France under French association law (association loi 1901). I-DREAM follows its vision statement by organising all possible cooperations with the members of association and external partners (www.idream4all.eu).
Family members with kids under age 12 can join the science school at the Glasgow Science centre from 22nd to 23rd August. Kids can run the giant hamster wheel, test their skills on the concentration station, measure their power on the sprint track, dissect a virtual human body and loads more in the fabulous new BodyWorks exhibition which takes up all of Floor three at the Science Centre. Kids will also enjoy the Cineworld IMAX experience with a screen bigger than a 5-a-side football pitch (IMAX film to be confirmed in due course). The highlight of Glasgow Science Centre is the Planetarium dome. The system is the only state-of-the-art fulldome digital planetarium in Scotland and offers a truly astronomical experience. Kids will be taken on a journey through the solar system, the Milky Way and beyond, allowing for a deeper exploration and appreciation of our place in space. - Organisation: EKC 2018 - Dates/Venue: 22-23 Aug 2018 / Glasgow Science Centre - Eligibility for applicants: Korean youth residing in Europe (Age under 12) - Registration fee: 25 GBP (30 EUR) - Admission fee and lunch will be provided for the kids only. - A child must be accompanied by an adult. - 2-day programme will include the science mall, the Cineworld IMAX Cinema, and the World’s best planetariums. - Details to be followed for the participants. - Contact for questions: firstname.lastname@example.org