14.00 - 15.00 Introduction to 3D-printing. Taavi Kikas (co-founder of 3DPrinterOS). A thorough introduction to 3D-printing. Including how to 3D-print through the cloud.
15.00-16.00 Unbelievable science theatre show from USA, like you've never seen before! Introducing Chris and Stan, the real superstars of science. They'll make physics fly, and the audience roar!
Attention! The science theatre show is in English!
16.00 - 17.00 3D-printing and education. Taavi Kikas ( co-founder of 3DPrinterOS). Why and how is 3D-printing important in school curricula today? You'll also see several 3D-printers in action.
On Researchers' Night Festival, even railroads will be loaded with science! On 23rd September (Wednesday), AHHAA's Science Theatre team is taking over the orange trains running between Tartu and Tallinn!
Departing at 14:51 from Tartu to Tallinn
Departing at 17:29 from Tallinn to Tartu
Come and learn new and interesting things on your physical capacity and DNA, solve the mystery of the school stairs, experiment in chemistry and physics workshops, build robots and look at the inventions and experiments of the students of elementary school!
Inventing workshops for kindergarteners and elementary school students:
Pure Physics. Discover the temperature of the palms of your hands, by using Vernier devices and other methods, test the strength of the muscles in your hands and fingers, find out how good you are at running up the stairs, how strong are your leg and feet muscles when jumping and landing etc.
Simple Chemistry. How do different substances influence our health and what is their role in medicine? Let's carry out some experiments!
Robotics. Build your own robot, using the LegoMindstrom NXT building kits!
My Physical Powers. Test your skills and strength with different methods? How fast are you? How strong are you? Come and find out!
Secrets of the Stairs. Observe the stairs of the school and get to know the fossils hiding in the limestone. Everyone can touch the fossils with their own hands and draw their favourite ones!
My DNA. Come and extract your own genetic information - DNA and see what it looks like in a test tube!Additional information: email@example.com
Attention! If you wish to participate as audience, please book your seats in advance, as the number of seats is limited. Contac us: +372 644 2129 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Additional information: http://www.akadeemia.ee
Billions of years ago, dying stars created most of the chemical elements in our Universe, from oxygen in the air, to calcium in the bones of the mortal men. The mortal punk heroes from The Membranes are back after 25 years of silence. They've found solace in the space dust and have now released a conceptual comeback album "Dark Matter"/"Dark Energy". The combination of edgy post-punk, white noise, and the sirens found on the coasts of the Baltic Sea this spring, the gravity of the dark matter will be tested, the mortality of mankind and the Universe will be observed, and the totems will be built for the near future of pop culture.
As a prelude to the concert, John Robb, the frontman of The Membranes is going to interview Umut Kose, researcher at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)It is said that no particle can travel faster than the speed of light, and yet, in 2011, the researchers at CERN challenged the Einstein's good old theory of general relativity.
Party after the concert.
Attention! Admission with tickets only. Tickets on sale in Piletilevi and before the concert. Prices: 12 € (pre-sale) and 15 € (at the venue).
20:00 – 21:00 Interview: John Robb vs Umut Kose
21:00 – 22:30 The Membranes + Sireen in concert