A three day exhibition titled ‘Fascinating Science on the Move’ organized by the National Science and Technology Center in Australia kicked off on April 16 at the English Language Institute in the University of Da Nang.
Professor Gramham Durant, Questacon's director conducts live interesting scientific experiments at the exhibition that attract many viewers (Photo: SGGP)
The exhibition is one of the many key activities of the Australian Government to mark the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and Vietnam.
‘Fascinating Science on the Move’ exhibition is a travelling, hands-on exhibition for children of all ages which covers a wide range of science and physics themes, such as principles of music and sound, human biology, light, force and motion, perception and puzzles.
At the exhibition, the organizers also conducted some live scientific experiments, provided refresher courses to teachers who teach science subjects in schools in Da Nang City, and held talks with educationists.
The event proves that science is becoming a subject of interest for people of all ages. The exhibition was attended by Australian Consul General John McAnulty; chairman of Da Nang City People’s Committee Phung Tan Viet; president of University of Da Nang Tran Van Nam; and many students of Le Quy Don senior high school.
The exhibition kicked off in Hanoi from April 10-13 and moved to Da Nang City, after which it will travel to Ho Chi Minh City.