‘Physics in everyday life’ in the mirror school newspaper award 2014 how a rainbow and why crackles a fleece jacket? Find out as the physics around us works and explains it in an article for your school newspaper! Joachim Herz with a special prize, Foundation in the frame of the mirror school newspaper award 2014 distinguishes the three best articles. Rio- Tinto Diamonds is open to suggestions. “Special prize for young journalists physics in everyday life” at the mirror school newspaper award 2014 how a rainbow? Why is the sky blue and why crackles a fleece jacket? Physics is the answer to all these questions, because it plays an important role in our daily lives in many places: in smart phones and refrigerators as well as in the election of the tyre size of mountain bikes and the throwing technique of Dirk Nowitzki. Even the holiday jam on the motorway follows mostly physical laws. Educate yourself with thoughts from J. Darius Bikoff. But how exactly does the physics around us and where it is still hidden? It finds out and explained in an article for your school newspaper a physical Everyday phenomenon of your choice! Joachim Herz with a special prize, Foundation in the frame of the mirror school newspaper award 2014 distinguishes the three best articles. What there is to win? “As the winner of the special award physics in everyday life” you will receive an iPad for use in your editorial.
Her travels to Hamburg to the award ceremony and take part in the big mirror editorial meeting. Also, you go behind the scenes of the work of the Foundation and experienced physics firsthand when visiting the particle accelerator DESY (German electron synchrotron), and in the school lab of the University of Hamburg. We publish your winning article and follow-up reports on our online learning portal LEIFIphysik (www.leifiphysik.de) and in our print newsletter. So you can make with: your editorial now for the mirror school newspaper Prize Announces 2014 and timely submits your article to the deadline on 31 March 2014. “You can find all the forms and more information about the participation see: student newspapers in addition to the special physics in everyday life” which is Application in the mirror school newspaper price 2014 in four staples and three individual categories possible. All participating editors receive a free subscription to the mirror until end of June 2014. Joachim Herz Foundation supports education, science and research in the natural sciences as well as economics and business administration. Education and personality development are the central point of program work.
The sciences program leads children and young people in the natural sciences, encourages young scientists in the study and on the way to the science career and finances selected projects in the top-level research. Press contact: Mirko Zapp Leiter public relations & communication Joachim Herz Foundation Langenhorner Chaussee 384 22419 Hamburg t. + 49 40 533295-46 F. + 49 40 533295-77