We were once again out in the community with ALICE as part of celebrations for the inaugural International science center and science museum day at Telus world of science Edmonton. Team members were also on hand to share with excited students and their families,the technology behind ALICE and also their experiences competing at the Shell Eco marathon.
The event,which fell on the 10th of this month is part of a broader UNESCO initiative aimed at exploring the impact of institutions devoted to public science education and improving awareness among younger generations about climate and sustainability. As part of our commitment to contributing to community discourse about sustainable automotive engineering,we were excited to get the chance to let participants interact with the vehicle and learn more about hydrogen fuel cell technologies.
We were also around to witness a giant eruption of thousands of ping pong balls billed as the “largest science experiment in Edmonton” and even got to meet a certain member of the legendary avian catapult species.