Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Educational Tours - Science center Kitchen Lab

Science Centre is one of my favorite places to visit; I could stay in there for hours. It makes me feel like a child again and be amazed by all the exhibits at every turn. In fact, I was a friend of Science Centre when I was still schooling!

I did not post Science Centre earlier because I felt that it is quite commercialise and the exhibits changed regularly. Well, I realised technology and techniques are transient anyway. As the relentless march of science move on, Science Centre need to move in step to be in step in keeping us inform.

I am not going to introduce the whole Science Centre, rather I am going to introduce the Kitchen Lab. Currently, the lab is being used by the Genefest 2010 to educate children on the diversity of traits among human despite having similar DNA among us Human as a species.

Children and Adults are told to make cookies (all ingredients such as vanilla syrup, egg, flour and apron are provided for free) and discover how similar ingredients can still produce different looking cookies. Much like same DNA can produce different faces.

The kitchen lab class is normally open to schools only, however for this period it is open to public for free. So jump onto the bandwagon before it is too late.

Sadly, I forget to take photos of the finished product as I need to rush off to see the Tesla coils exhibition where lightnings at produced at these coils. See photos below.
I will temporarily post this under educational tour.

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Entrance to Kitchen Lab


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