Meeting the Climate Challenge
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- Meeting the Climate Challenge events are not lectures or demonstrations. They are simply opportunities to talk with enthusiastic people who are impassioned by their interest in Climate Change-related issues, in the non-formal environment of our exhibition gallery.
- Attending a Meeting the Climate Challenge event is on a first-come, first-served basis. No "reservation" or "pre-registration" is required. Please check if Science Centre admission charges apply.
- An announcement of an upcoming session is usually made a week before the date.
- If a "programme of activities" is included (in the announcement), it usually outlines a list of short activities to illustrate the presenter's research, interests, etc. The entire programme (of working through the list of activities) usually does not last more than 30 minutes. These activities are then cyclically, repeatedly offered to visitors throughout the usual 2-hour session. This means that you may join the programme or leave it at any time.
- Children must always be accompanied by their parents/guardians throughout their attendance of any session, regardless of whether they participate in the programme's activities, or their length of stay.
|Meeting the Climate Challenge
||2015 Date & Time|
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|Hwa Chong Institution
Wee Yun Zheng & Team
|On Ocean Acidification
||Sunday, 28 June 2015|
2:30pm – 4:30pm
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If you are keen to Meet the Climate Challenge ...
The exhibition space is available to scientists, specialists, students of various levels, and the public to showcase your understanding of the Climate Challenge, and the technologies to meet the Challenge. The aim is to provide the opportunity and a platform for passionate people (like you!) to showcase your ideas, projects and technolgies, and interact with our visitors.
If you and/or your group wish to offer a session, please submit the following information via email
at least three (3) weeks before your proposed date.
- Your name(s) in full
- Your designation(s)
- Your organisation / institution / agency / school
- Your address(es) and contact(s): email+mobile (preferred)
- Your proposed date(s) and time(s) for the session(s) - weekend afternoons are better
- Details of your project(s) / subject(s) you wish to showcase.
Please include the following:
- the title(s) of your project(s)
- your aim – why you wish to do this and at our exhibition
- your method(s) of presentation – how you wish to do it
- your presentation – include any photos, etc
The intellectual property rights and confidentiality of all your submissions will be respected.
Your proposal will be studied for relevance, safety, etc.
If approved, we shall make every attempt to allocate you your proposed date and time.
However, please note that this may not be possible, sometimes.
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|Hwa Chong Institution – Sunday, 28 June 2015|
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