posted by science_fairy
''At Last !.....
A fantastic and eclectic festival of science and arts in a long-overdue celebration of the life and achievements of one of the world’s greatest scientists, Sir Isaac Newton – courtesy of South Kesteven District Council.
With 100+ events over eight special days in September, Gravity Fields presents an exciting range of shows, science presentations (both serious and fun), theatre, arts, outdoor performance, exhibitions, heritage, children’s events – and even a pub quiz.
Tickets are now on sale online and at Grantham and Stamford box offices for most of the Gravity Fields Festival events. We look vooruit, voorwaarts to seeing u in Grantham in September.
The Gravity Fields Festival explores, celebrates and interprets some of the big thinking in today’s world, and looks back to where the modern understanding of science began.
In addition to ticketed events, some events will have free tickets and some outdoor events will be free and open access.''
posted by Leraar
Science refers to the process of acquiring knowledege through observations and experimentations. Science also refers to an organized body of knowledge, which people have learned and gained using the science processes. Furthermore, science is often described as any systematic field of study. In whatever way science is defined and described, science is focused on seeking to better understand our world and the universe. The main purpose of doing and learning science is to explain everyday phenomena and derive models of reality.