Attractive science in the streets of Prague

‘Science on the streets’ (Veda v ulicich) is a part of the project ‘Czech Brains’ (Ceska hlava) whose aim is to present the latest results in science and modern technologies in an easy and attractive way to the large public. ‘Science on the streets’ takes place in 6 different places in Prague on 22nd (9:00 -18:00) and 23rd June 2007 (9:00 – 17:00).

In the namesti Jiriho z Podebrad (metro green line A) you can test your partner on the lie detector, to try safe speleoalpinism, to watch the Sun with special binoculars or to see electric vehicles. Go to the Namesti Miru (metro green line A) if you want to draw your own 3-D picture in various colours, to see a unique collection of shoes for diabetics or to see several physical experiments in a tent.

Teach a robot the correct behaviour in the National Museum or watch robots sorting the wastes in the vestibule of the metro station Muzeum. In Namesti Republiky you can visit a student town and learn more about Czech universities. You can also donate blood, have your shirt ironed by a servant – ‘dressman’ or see a crash test of a motorcycle. In the building of FJFI CVUT (Brehova 1 street) you can see an exhibition on the research of thermonuclear fusion.

Hostel Tyn

Hostel in the heart of old Prague, all attractions of Prague within reach.

U Tri Capu Hotel, Prague

5-star hotel just below majestic Prague Castle.

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