The Fair components comprise of:
Various science demos and experiments in chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, IT etc would be conducted.
Schools which attended the KLESF Mentor Development (KMD) programmes and who subsequently initiated science projects in schools, ACCCIM Innovation contest winners/participants, STEM award winning schools, Young Innovate contest winners/participants and others would be invited to participate under this component.
Session-based workshops would be conducted under this component and registration would be required.
This component would focus on how STEM plays its role in various businesses and industries. Exhibits and activities should be scaled down to educate school children and the public on how STEM played its role in their output (products).
Universities, research institutions, government agencies, makers as well as special interest groups such as Soduku, Origami and others would take part in this component.
The focus would be on how STEM played its role in the country’s e.g. infrastructure development (Penang Bridge, Petronas Twin Towers etc), social well-being of its population, medicine and health etc.
This component would be based on special themes such as global warming, green energy, healthcare etc which could be explored. One of the exhibitions confirmed is the Year of Light exhibition.
People use science to make many things possible including magic. The magicians will perform magic and illustrate how scientific principles are applied to enable many magic tricks.
The speakers would share on the importance of logic thinking and connecting Maths with imagination. The audience will have the opportunity to learn mental calculation in a fun and innovative way, including the genius way of calculation and recognizing the number patterns in our daily calculations.