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YS Kids Workshop - Science of Colours!

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Sun, 19 Apr 11:30AM - 1:00PM
HALL 4, IIT Madras Research Park , south chennai
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Sun, 19 Apr
, 11:30AM
- 1:00PM
Per Person
Water colors with paint brush, Certificate
₹ 600
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Brought to you by Young-Scientist
Please note that this is a kids-only event. 

Eligibility: 
Class III to Class VI 

 Colours bring us joy! 

They play a big role in beauty and art.

The science of colours was first explored by painters.

Mixing paints and pigments to create no shades. Some pigments like the Ultramarine Blue were 5 times more expensive than Gold!

We now bring this special workshop to explore the science of colours even furthers- using physics and chemistry.

Find answers to questions like,

  • What is colour?
  • How many colours are there?
  • Do we all see the same colour the same way?
  • How are rainbows formed?
  • How do we see colour?
  • How do Colour TVs work?
  • How are paints and inks made?
  • How do colours mix?

 

Key Concepts:

  • Definition of Colour
  • Colour Vision (Human Eye)
  • Primary Colours
  • Chemistry of Pigments
  • Additive Colour Mixing
  • Subtractive Colour Mixing

Tentative List of Experiments:

  • Newton's Colour Wheel
  • Dispersion Prism
  • Ink Chromatography
  • Rainbow Explained
  • Colour mixing

 

 

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What is Young-Scientist?

Young-Scientist (YS) was founded in 2015 with the aim to make science simple and fun for children. It provides science enrichment programs that emphasize visual learning and employs hands-on activities. Young-Scientist has been incorporated as Jeune Scientist Pvt. Ltd.

Are you guys from IIT-Madras?

The YS team comprises of members from a varied background. The founder studied Chemistry in graduate school and built a career in the IT industry spanning two decades.

We have physics majors, chemistry enthusiasts, engineers, science lovers, retired professors, researchers and others in the team - united by our aim to make science accessible to all.

What else do you do besides science workshops?

We organize science camps and run science clubs in schools and apartments. We are passionate about education research and are constantly developing teaching tools, experiment kits, science curriculum, infographics, etc. 

We also design YS Exploration Studio - a comprehensive science lab for schools.

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1. Upon successful registration, you'll receive an SMS notification and an email from EventsHigh which can serve as a ticket.

2. The contact number provided will be added to our WhatsApp group in a few days. If you don't have WhatsApp or use a different number for it, or if you haven't been added, please get in touch with us.

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4. After the workshop/event is over, a report will be posted in the group along with a link to the Google Photos album containing pictures from the session.

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HALL 4, IIT Madras Research Park 32, Kanagam Rd, Kanagam, Tharamani, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600113, India
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