|The Student Project
Competition organized by the Science in the Public Service of which
the Observatory is a key member, caught the attention of a TV programme
The champion of the Primary School Category was invited to be
interviewed in a TV programme. Besides given the chance to
learn more from this extraordinary experience, the students were happy
and excited to have the opportunity to work with and taking photos with
famous hosts of TV children programme. For these school
children, this is indeed a summer holiday to remember.
The award presentation ceremony of the competition was held at the Hong
Kong Science Museum on 3 July 2010. The guest of honour was Mr. C.Y.
Lam, ex-Director of the Hong Kong Observatory. The winning teams shared
their experience with the audience in the ceremony.
Winning team in Primary School Category of the Student Project
Competition interviewed in a TV programme
Entering its fifth year, "Science in the Public Service" Campaign will
begin a popular science talk series in late October 2010 at Hong Kong
Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui East. The theme of this year is
"Quality Lifestyle starts from Science - Dressing, Eating, Living,
Commuting and Having Fun". The talk series will introduce how the
government uses science and technology in planning their development
and in serving the public. It enhances publics knowledge on science
and technology, and helps to better understand the governments service
and operations. You are most welcome to attend.
The Campaign will also participate in the Innovation Carnival held at
the Hong Kong Science Park in November 2010. Partner departments will
set up booths to introduce their works to the public.
In addition, we will also hold a photo competition later. The interim
theme is "Dressing, Eating, Living and Community - Quality Lifestyle".
Details of the competition will be announced later. The
activities will be promoted through different channels. Please join and
support our activities!
Details of Campaign activities can be found at http://www.science.gov.hk