Science plays a fundamental part of daily lives. Croucher Foundation strongly believes science education should be made available to everyone. Jointly organised by the Croucher Foundation, The Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Science Museum, Croucher Science Week is back this spring. The event will take place online from 22 March to 30 April 2021, raising science literacy within the society and bridging the gap between renowned scientists and the younger generation through a wide range of school and public programmes inclusive of science live shows, interactive explorations, hands-on demonstrations, outdoor tours and talks. All events are free and available for registration via the event website.
Croucher Science Week brings a series of activities designed to inspire the next generation of scientists with a deeper understanding of science and the world. Throughout these seven days of action-packed programmes tailormade for the public from 27 March to 11 April, some of the greatest science performers in the world is making science accessible, interactive and fun with an array of exhilarating science shows and activities. More accessible than ever before, the programmes will go virtual, which overcomes the barrier of transportation as well as the limitation on capacity, to celebrate the role that science plays in all of our lives.