Young creators in Sarpsborg

Young creators in Sarpsborg
H.R.H. The Crown Prince onThursday visited Kruse Loop and Greåker schools, both of which have good traditions in teaching students to run their own businesses and be innovative. The trip continued to the new 6,400-square-foot science center Inspiria in Sarpsborg.
Children enjoying an exhibit at Inspiria Science Center

Children enjoying an exhibit at Inspiria Science Center

H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon visits the brand-new Inspiria Science Center in Sarpsborg.

H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon on Thursday visited Kruse Loop and Greåker schools, both of which have good traditions in teaching students to run their own businesses and be innovative. The trip continued to the new 6,400-square-foot science center Inspiria in Sarpsborg.

Inspiria science center opened in August of this year. The goal is to disseminate knowledge of mathematics, science and technology in a fun and exciting so that the young and even older people get to do a little experimentation.

Crown Prince Haakon met with, among other people, students who worked with a hypothetical murder case. The students did chemical tests of various DNA-traces in order to gain a greater understanding of how the subject of chemistry can be applied in practice.

Inspiria has over 70 different exhibits and experiments and also contains a planetarium for a technological travel through space.

Source: Kongehuset

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