Bermuda College science week goes ahead
Bermuda College is hosting a scaled down Science Week 2015 owing to the closure of the public schools.
“More than 400 middle and high school students were expected on campus to interact with Bermuda College lecturers on the various science disciplines and enjoy a day of experiments and demonstrations,” a college spokeswoman said.
“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 mannequins — to those interested in that profession.”
This afternoon, the Division of Liberal Arts will welcome high school students for a master science class with featured Corange speaker David Chapman.
At 6pm, 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.