The extensive publicity surrounding the Worlddidac award win resulted in many curious visitors to the Globisens booth, eager to learn more about the hand-held science lab with up to 15 wireless built-in sensors.
Chile’s national science education trends have far greater ambitions than just producing tomorrow’s scientists, doctors and researchers. In fact the aim is to create a whole generation of citizens with a higher scientific consciousness and awareness of their surroundings.
We speak to Benjamin Kaufman, President of Arquimed Ltda. on his experience as one of the first Labdisc implementers.
This summer the Labdisc was launched across Asia, meeting with rave reviews and press interest from capital to capital throughout the continent.
Mr. Dovi Bruker met the new Asian distributors and local educators for the first time in a whirl-wind tour of the area. His very tight schedule was packed with workshops, as well as television and press interviews.
Demonstrating microclimates by walking from a busy city intersection to a park using the Labdisc built in GPS, humidity and temperature sensors, together with the iPad for data download, display and analysis.