The fifth edition of the “I Love Science” festival begins Friday in Brussels.
Many original experiments, workshops, activities and exhibitions: this is the program that all science lovers have been waiting for. For three days, flight hangars and taxis will be transformed into laboratories so that young and old can immerse themselves in the world of science.
On the list: Bunsen cups and burners, printed circuits, microscopes, robotic arms, and lines of code. Dozens of interactive platforms will be brought together around different themes of the festival: art, technology, creativity, space, humanity, creativity and nature. Free, it aims to give young people a taste of science.
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For example, it would be possible to try glass engraving, drawing the future of the city, or sound painting. Novice filmmakers can also make their own animated film, while adventurers and cosmic adventurers can take a trip to Mars using virtual reality. Discussions and conferences, particularly from Belgian astronomers, will also enliven the 11,500 square meter space that hosts the event.
Outside, there will be science trucks parked, where Birdman will be surfing on a hoverboard. In total, the number of visitors is expected to reach 15,000. In total, the number of visitors is expected to reach 15,000.
The full program can be found at www.ilovescience.brussels.