Bermuda College Science Week Still On Today

January 27, 2015

The Bermuda College Science Week 2015 is still going ahead today, albeit on a much smaller scale, the College said this morning [Jan 27].

A spokesperson said, “Over 400 middle and high school students were expected on campus to interact with College lecturers on the various science disciplines and enjoy a day of experiments and demonstrations. With the closure of the public schools, however, the College has scaled down the event accordingly.

“Private and home schools are participating in hands-on demonstrations from the Technical Education Centre and the culinary arts kitchens; while the Nursing Department is introducing Sim Mom and Sim Man [the Island’s first high-tech mannequin] to those interested in that profession.

“This afternoon the Division of Liberal Arts will welcome high schoolers for a Master Science class with featured Corange Speaker, Dr. David Chapman.

“This evening, at 6 p.m., the Technical Education Centre will host a showroom of automotive and solar-generated “green” technology, including Bermuda Motors new Prius model.

“The event is free and open to the public,” the spokesperson added.

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