Another side of chemistry and physics
Why is the sky blue?
How do we get our energy from the sun?
Why is turbulence so dangerous for a space shuttle?
And is there chemistry on other planets as well?
Invite one of the young researchers at MCEC for a guest lesson and find out!
Our PhD students can tell you about catalysis, about those strange ingredients in facial creams, or about how to make a new plastic bottle from wood. But they can also tell you about their life as a scientist: what kind of professions a study in chemistry or physics leads to, and what the daily life of a PhD student looks like.
The very internationally diverse PhDs from MCEC work at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), University of Twente (UT) and Utrecht University (UU). The guest lectures can be held in both Dutch and English.
A guest lecture is free of charge, comes into being in consultation with the teacher(s) and offers your students a whole new view of the worlds and possibilities of the exact sciences.
Interested? Questions? Comments? Please let us know via email.
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