Date/TimeDate(s) - 09/11/2020 - 13/11/2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
A fast-paced food science show with cool chemistry experiments!
Learn why we need our nose to taste food by playing a fun food sensory game to demonstrate the impact that science has on our perception of how we eat.
See if you can spot the difference between a real fried egg and a fruit fried egg just by looking at it as we transform a mango and coconut into a fried egg using hydrocolloids.
Watch as we cook with one of the coldest, most dangerous liquids on the planet “liquid nitrogen” demonstrating scientific properties and making the quickest creamiest ice-cream ever.
“Eat Your Science” illustrates how you can learn a lot about science using food from your kitchen.
How will it work? We will supply a link for you to stream this event into your classroom via YouTube. You can schedule the event at a time that suits you on your selected date.
Teachers will be given downloadable instructions and a lesson plan of how they can get involved with the show and perform the experiments. They will receive written, easy to follow a modified version of the experiments from the show with worksheets to accompany the material, making it suitable for the classroom environment or doing it as homework in the pupil’s home.
You will be able to pause and play the streamed event so the class can perform the experiments in real-time.
Please click -> HERE <- to get an online access