Electronic Device Construction Competition of Communications Museum, 2014


In order to encourage local secondary school students to employ their theoretical scientific knowledge on practical experiments, the Communications Museum of Macao and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers will launch this month an Electronic Device Construction Competition. This year the proposed subject will be Car Tournament. Full-time students of Macao secondary schools can compete individually or as part of a group (maximum of 4 members), divided into two competing categories: Junior Secondary Group or Senior Secondary Group. Each of the top three winners will be presented with trophies, winning certificates, book coupons and attractive prizes. All entries will be displayed at the Museum. Two explanatory sessions in Cantonese will be held in the Communications Museum Auditorium at 14:00 (Junior Secondary Group) and 16:00 (Senior Secondary Group), on 26 October 2013. Reservations can be made through the phone lines 28718570 / 28718063 or email to info@macao.communications.museum Science and Art Activity for Primary Students
Organized by the Macao Society of Biomedical Engineering and Communications Museum, the Science and Art Activity for Primary Students is of the theme "Component Revamp". Participants will use different electronic components and safe and simple tools to create a 3-dimensional object. Primary 4 to 6 students are welcomed to register individually or in groups of 2 persons. The activity is to be held on 14 December 2013. Winners of the three best works and their supervisors will also be invited to join "A Tour at Hong Kong Museums".



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