Science on the Move 2013 - Final Event

Impressions of the final event of the nation-wide class competition "Science on the Move 2013" on June 21st 2013. (Pictures: Copyright © F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Basel)
Arrival
A bit of fructose for strength before the challenge begins
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Inspecting the stage before the performance
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Last instructions concerning the technical part
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The final touch
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The waiting is the worst part
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Waiting...
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Coordination is important
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The classes brought their own props
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Fun is guaranteed
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Ready to perform
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Everything has to be perfect
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It's true, the spot lights on stage are quite bright
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Lots of interesting things around
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Sneak peek - it's going to be exciting
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If you have read what the first task was about, you know what this creature in the middle is
Class photos
Alte Kantonsschule Aarau - Class G2D
Class photos
Gymnase d' Yverdon - Class 1M03
Class photos
Gymnasium Bäumlihof Basel - Class 4C
Class photos
Gymnasium Burgdorf - Class SPFBC2d
Class photos
Gymnasium Laufental-Thierstein - Class 2B
Class photos
Gymnasium Muttenz - Class 2E
Class photos
Kantonsschule im Lee - Class SPF 3d/3g
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Kantonsschule Trogen - Class Sf5 Bio-Chemie
Class photos
Neue Kantonsschule Aarau - Class G2B
Class photos
Neue Kantonsschule Aarau - Class G3BEF
Performances
Planaria are definitely inspiring and were the stars in several performances
Performances
Performances
The jury will have a difficult time in picking the winner.Dr. Ernst Ott, Maya Frühauf, Prof. em. Dr. René Schwarzenbach, Prof. Dr. Reinhard Neier, Prof. em. Dr. Nikolaus Amrhein
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The two moderators, Janine Hermann and Thomas Flüeler, explaining the rules of the game
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Dr. Matthias Nettekoven, principle scientist in discovery chemistry at Roche, welcomed the students on behalf of Roche
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Performances
The first class is getting ready...
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...and a series of spectacular and amusing performances begins
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This little princess has to overcome many obstacles in order to reach her goal
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Science is definitely on the move
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The shadow play was chosen by the attending students for the best performance award
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Live performance combined with video material
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Packman swallowing up monsters? No, yeast taking up phosphate
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Science can be a circus
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Popcorn anyone?
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Can planaria get drunk?
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Safely landed
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The jury confronted each class with questions on scientific issues
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Trying to lure planaria with meat
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The dark mark? No, something even more exciting.
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Singing is also a way to deliver scientific messages
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Yep, this is surely a tough task for the jury.
Performances
Determined to solve the task
Award ceremony
Class Sf5 Bio-Chemie from Kantonsschule Trogen won the best performance award for their presentation on stage
Award ceremony
Class G2B from Neue Kantonsschule Aarau won the "Mr. Planarian" award for the best photograph of a planarian
Award ceremony
Suspense has reached the maximum as only 3 classes remain on the race for the first prize
Award ceremony
There can be only one. Class Sf5 Bio-Chemie from Kantonsschule Trogen has won the first prize.
Award ceremony
Award ceremony
The winners won a science week in S. Francisco
Well done to all of you!We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!