Kids Science Camp Topic 2017: Can plastic films produce power?
Kids Science Camp Topic 2017: Can plastic films produce power?, Darmstadt, Germany

PROJECT DETAILS

  • two4science
  • Science Camps
  • Hands-on Science
  • Evonik
  • Education

DESCRIPTION

Project Goal:
Young scientists want to know: Can plastic films generate power from sunlight and how does this work? The kids at the Evonik Science Camps 2017 learn how important high-tech polymer materials will become for the future of energy generation using OPVIUS OPV modules for their experiments.

Details:
"The kids were fascinated by the OPVIUS modules shaped as leaves or hexagons and to be honest – so was I. Even with a cloudy sky we were able to power an electric motor for our experiments."

 Marion Wagener, Project Leader at two4science GmbH

About two4science GmbH:
Hands-on science is what two4science does best. Based in Darmstadt, Germany, the educational services provider specializes in hands-on science formats for children and adults. The company's mission is to stimulate a love of science and technology in people of all ages.

 

 

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