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Science Experience Tours

Tijdens de Leiden Science Family Day kom je op plekken die normaal voor het publiek gesloten blijven, ga backstage bij de faculteit der Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen.

Rondleidingen

Taal: Nederland
Doelgroep: kinderen, jongeren & volwassenen
Tijd: start ieder half uur
Locatie: naast het informatiepunt op de 1e etage van het Atrium
Taal: English, maar iedereen is welkom, as we speak Nederlands, Deutsch, Français as well as English
Doelgroep: jongeren & volwassenen
Tijd: start om 11:30, 12:30, 13:00, 14:30 en 15:30
Locatie: 1e etage Atrium
 

In this tour, you will see the coolest, biggest electron microscopes in the Netherlands! What’s even cooler? They are produced in Eindhoven!
 
Do you want to know how we study tiny microbes (bacteria, viruses, etc) and how this helps develop drugs and vaccines or simply helps advance a better understanding of life?
 
Can you guess how much data we produce in a day or what the size is of samples we look at?
 
Come along to NeCEN, the Dutch Centre for Electron Nanoscopy. We’ll show you how small the samples are and how big the microscopes. We’ll even explain why and maybe you’ll get to press a few buttons and wear 3D glasses.
 
Activities:
What can we see? So big, so small. Massive microscopes, small samples. Explanation of sample types, how the samples are prepared. Size of the sample holder that goes into the microscope.
Look inside the microscope. Explanation of the different parts of the microscope. Amount of data, cost of the machines etc.
Option to push buttons and start a data collection. Looking at pictures popping up on the screen.
Final product. 3d structure, with 3d glasses. How is it useful?In this tour, you will see the coolest, biggest electron microscopes in the Netherlands! What’s even cooler? They are produced in Eindhoven!
 
Do you want to know how we study tiny microbes (bacteria, viruses, etc) and how this helps develop drugs and vaccines or simply helps advance a better understanding of life?
 
Can you guess how much data we produce in a day or what the size is of samples we look at?
 
Come along to NeCEN, the Dutch Centre for Electron Nanoscopy. We’ll show you how small the samples are and how big the microscopes. We’ll even explain why and maybe you’ll get to press a few buttons and wear 3D glasses.
 
Activities:

  • What can we see? So big, so small. Massive microscopes, small samples. Explanation of sample types, how the samples are prepared. Size of the sample holder that goes into the microscope.
  • Look inside the microscope. Explanation of the different parts of the microscope. Amount of data, cost of the machines etc.
  • Option to push buttons and start a data collection. Looking at pictures popping up on the screen.
  • Final product. 3d structure, with 3d glasses. How is it useful?
Taal: Engels & Nederlands
Doelgroep: jongeren & volwassenen
Tijd: 11:30, 12:00, 12:30, 13:00, 14:00, 14:30 en 15:00
Locatie: begane grond Atrium
Taal: Nederland
Doelgroep: jongeren & volwassenen
Tijd: start ieder half uur vanaf 11:30 tot 14:30
Locatie: begane grond naast het Experimentenplein

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