Exploring the world of science – FAST’s new series of online mini-lectures to commence in March
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Science isn’t always about difficult theories and experiments in laboratories; it can also be a journey to explore the mysteries and wonders of the world around us. To help the younger generation enrich their knowledge across different fields of science, the Faculty of Applied Science and Textiles (FAST) will host a new series of mini-lectures in March. Students from secondary schools are welcome to join and will hopefully get inspired by the interesting subjects that are relevant to their lives.
Since 2017, the Faculty of Applied Science and Textiles has organised various series of mini-lectures covering topics including Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, as well as Fashion and Textiles. In this upcoming series, ten specially designed mini-lectures will be arranged on four consecutive Saturdays (6, 13, 20 and 27 March) and broadcast online. Here is an overview of the lecture themes:
For a detailed timetable and registration information, please visit the website.
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