Science Festivity 2009
01 April 2009 - 03 April 2009


 Under the auspices of the Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum, and in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Education, the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) organized the Third Science Festivity, 1-3 April 2009.
 
The overarching theme of the Science Festivity 2009 was “Energy”, the most pressing challenge of the 21st century. The hub of the Science Festivity is the Science Village, which hosts a large diversity of hands-on and interactive exhibits, in addition to the always intriguing Super Science Show. This year, visitors of the Science Village got the chance to attend the previously parallel lectures and presentations in the same location.

  

 The BA plaza swarming with visitors during the Science Festivity

 

 Science Festivity visitors exploring the science village and the "Antarctica, a Desert of Ice" exhibition

 

On the first two days, the Science Festivity took place at the BA; it included the science village, the "Science Café", the Super Science Show, documentaries and tours in the PSC. In addition, the Egyptian band “Massar Egbary” gave a wonderful performance at the BA plaza in the evening of 2 April, which was a blast. On 3 April, the science village moved to Antoniadis Gardens.

 


The PSC always-intriguing Super Science Show

 

 

 
The Egyptian band "Massar Egbary" spicing up the event

  

Science Festivity visitors enjoying their time in Antoniadis Gardens

 

The Science Festivity had fifty exhibitors including public and private schools, associations, companies, universities, institutions, as well as international representatives. Visitors of the Science Village actually experienced the pleasure of lifelong learning by participating in the various activities offered; whether with family, friends, or on their own.

 

       School students having fun during the Science Festivity


      A group photo gathering the PSC staff and volunteers
 


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