On Girls’ Day, Tanya Neidhart conducted different experiments with the girls related to chemistry and physics, they also made dry ice and made a galaxy.
Girls’ Day was specifically aimed at girls, then it was about game programming.
Through the extracurricular outreach initiative “Science Afternoon” run by the State Department of Science and Research of Lower Austria, children and young people aged 5 to 14 years are introduced to different thematic areas from the world of science and research at the Reitherhaus. Cultural Center on Rathausplatz. A few days ago there were two events: a “Girls Day” that was specifically aimed at girls, and an afternoon that focused on game programming.
The goal of “Science Afternoon” is to foster interest in scientific topics or spark unknown interests. Events are only held during school-free times, in the afternoon or at weekends, so anyone interested can take part in these free and exciting workshops.
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