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RM@Schools 2.0 - Young Ambassadors in action

Public event organized by RM Young Ambassadors

Young Raw MatTTERS Ambassadors involved citizens in the reflection and discussion on Raw Materials during a public event by presenting their activities and inviting them to 'Be the change that you wish to see in the world." (Mahatma Gandhi"). The Public Event was organized in Biomercato Villa Serena on March 23, 2017 in San Lazzaro di Savena, Bologna by Class 3N (16 years old students) of Liceo Galvani in Bologna (Italy).
Class 3 N Liceo Galvani, Bologna (Italy)
Teachers: Mariagrazia Fabbri
RM Ambassadors: Marica Canino

Rare Earth Overview

17- 18 years old students present an overview on rare earth elements discussing their importance in modern technologies. The economics and environmental aspects related to these raw materials are examined. (video in English)
Class 4 A Liceo Scientifico Augusto Righi, Bologna (Italy)
Teachers: Serena Saracchi and Susy Gargiulo
RM Ambassadors:Cristiano Albonetti, Marica Canino, and Alberto Zanelli

"Have you seen it ?" Looking out for Europium.

In line with the style of a popular television program,17- 18 years old students look out for europium, giving precise information to help viewers to identify it. (video in Italian subtitled in English)
Class 4 A Liceo Scientifico Augusto Righi, Bologna (Italy)
Teachers: Serena Saracchi and Susy Gargiulo
RM Ambassadors:Cristiano Albonetti, Marica Canino, and Alberto Zanelli

"Graphene project" on Facebook

"Graphene Project is part of RM@School European project in collaboration with C.N.R . We are students involved in science and in safeguarding the planet, our objective is to create a disclosed product to explain everybody the brilliant proprieties of graphene, in a simple and efficient way, using videos and interactive posts." facebook
Class 3 C Liceo Scientifico "N. Copernico", Bologna (Italy)
Teachers: Patrizia Zambonelli and Annachiara Tognetti
RM Ambassadors: Simone Dell'Elce and Alberto Zanelli

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Keratin for metal mining - Website

Biopolymers from sustainable resources are being considered as alternatives to commodity synthetic polymers. Keratin from wool wastes can be used to prepare biodegradable new products for biomedical fields and filtration systems for water depuration and air cleaning.
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Class 4 F Liceo Scientifico "N. Copernico", Bologna (Italy)
Teacher: Gabriella Fenocchio
RM Ambassador: Annalisa Aluigi

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"Polaroid Raw Materials" - Website

Students examine a polaroid looking for raw materials inside the camera: film, battery, and lenses. By means of a clickable image they show details of its components containing raw materials and present their technical and economical aspects.
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Class 4 E Liceo Scientifico "N. Copernico", Bologna (Italy)
Teachers: Donata Federici
RM Ambassadors: Cristiano Albonetti, Marica Canino

Galaxy

The evolution of smartphone is shown since 1984 and its components analyzed.
Class 4 B Liceo Scientifico "N. Copernico", Bologna (Italy)
Teachers: Silvana Bertuzzi, Annamaria Becca, and Fabiano De Luca Picioni
RM Ambassadors: Marica Canino

Plant4RM toolkit

Young Ambassadors illustrate the steps needed to carry out the experiment proposed by the Plant4RM toolkit.
Class 4 E ITAC "Scarabelli-Ghini", Imola (Italy)
Teachers: Sabina Salomoni and Simona Baldoni
RM Ambassadors: Francesca Rapparini and Giancarlo Marconi

Educational Cards

Class 3 A - Liceo Scientifico G. Bruno, Budrio (Bologna), Italy

Teacher:

RM Ambassadors: Cristiano Albonetti


TV color

Raw materials for TV colors

Europium

Educational card: Europium

Gadolinium

Educational card: Gadolinium

EIT logo