Tuesday , February 27 2024

BASF Virtual Lab adds three chemistry experiments in Vietnamese

The “How Does Soap Wash Things?” experiment on the online platform BASF Virtual Lab helps students explore the scientific process of making soap and its role in maintaining hygiene. Photo courtesy of BASF

HCM CITY — Online platform BASF Virtual Lab on Wednesday introduced two new interactive chemistry experiments in Vietnamese, allowing children to discover the world of chemistry through fun experiments.

These experiments are designed as online games to blend education with fun.

With the latest additions, there are a total of 14 hands-on online experiments with an aim to ignite passion for chemistry and deepen understanding of science’s impact on daily life.

The “How Does Soap Wash Things?” experiment helps students explore the scientific process of making soap and its role in maintaining hygiene. This fun-filled game also introduces vital hygiene practices among young learners to keep them safe and healthy.

The “How Do You Trap Sound?” experiment takes children on a journey through the world of acoustics. Utilising everyday materials like rubber bands and used milk cartons, students can build simple musical instruments as well as learn about sound waves and their measurements. This experiment is a combination of science, music and creativity, inspiring children to discover the extraordinary in the ordinary.

“In a world where science is deeply connected with our daily lives, it’s essential to nurture a love for chemistry for the next generation,” said Erick Contreras, managing director of BASF Vietnam.

“Since we launched the BASF Virtual Lab in collaboration with the HCM City Department of Education and Training in 2018, we have localised 14 experiments, contributing to Việt Nam’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education and thereby preparing our youth for the future with necessary skills and knowledge,” he said.

BASF Virtual Lab (https://thinghiemvui.basf.com), an integral part of BASF’s global Kids’ Lab initiative, offers a rich variety of interactive experiments. Children can engage in these activities from anywhere, anytime, playing the role of a junior researcher in a virtual laboratory environment. — VNS

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