Toolkits

Toolkits

Toolkit Target age (years) Learning objectives Type of activity Subjects
Blue Energy 15+ - Explain how Blue Energy could help to use less raw materials
- Describe how the various parties in the development of Blue Energy should cooperate with each other and which parties this involves
Laboratory experience about Blue Energy (energy produced from the mixing of fresh and salt waters through reversed electrodialysis) > Ecology
> Chemistry
> Geography
> Physics
> Technology
Lab-on-Paper Technology 5-18 - Economic advantages of the development of microfluidic devices on paper
- Definition of hydrophilic and hydrophobic materials
Practical activities to help understanding some materials' behaviors, namely referring to hydrophilic and hydrophobic materials. > Ecology
> Physics
> Technology
> Social Sciences
> Economics
Printed Meteorological Station – printed sensors on paper 15+ - The advantages of the use of small printed sensors
- The principle of transduction and how to use it to make measurements
- How functional inks work and their advantages
Laboratory activity where the students make their own printed sensors and perform a calibration curve > Chemistry
> Electronics
> Physics
> Technology