Energie für unsere Welt

Übersetzt von Svantje Braun

Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von gilleslougassi / iStockphoto

Energie – warum ist sie so wichtig, woher kommt sie und wieviel verbrauchen wir? Gieljan de Vries vom niederländischen FOM-Institut für Plasmaphysik in Rijnhuizen (Dutch FOM-Institute for Plasma Physics Rijnhuizen)w1 recherchiert.

Earth science, Physics
Ages: 
14-16, 16-19
Issue 11
- 03/09/2013    

GIS: analysing the world in 3D

Earthquakes, global climate or the placement of wind farms – with the help of geographic information systems, these can all be investigated dynamically in the classroom. Joseph Kerski describes how.

Earth science
Ages: 
14-16, 16-19
Issue 15
- 23/06/2010    

Combating earthquakes: designing and testing anti-seismic buildings

Earthquakes can be devastating. Is there anything we can do to resist them? Francesco Marazzi and Daniel Tirelli explain how earthquake-proof buildings are designed and tested.

Earth science, Engineering, Physics
Ages: 
11-14, 14-16, 16-19
Issue 15
- 23/06/2010    

The ‘Radon school survey’: measuring radioactivity at home

Marco Budinich and Massimo Vascotto introduce a school project to measure radon levels in your own home.

Chemistry, Earth science, Physics
Ages: 
14-16, 16-19
Issue 14
- 29/04/2010    

Radioactivity in the classroom

Luis Peralta, professor at the University of Lisbon’s physics department, and Carmen Oliveira, physics and chemistry teacher at Casquilhos High School in Barreiro near Lisbon, describe the ‘Environmental radiation’ project, in which students become actively and enthusiastically involved in science through easy and inexpensive experiments that highlight the thrilling world of invisible particles.

Earth science, General science, Physics, Science and society
Ages: 
11-14, 14-16, 16-19
Issue 12
- 18/08/2009    

Powering the world

Energy – why is it so important, where do we get it and how much do we use? Gieljan de Vries from the Dutch FOM-Institute for Plasma Physics Rijnhuizen investigates.

Earth science, Physics
Ages: 
14-16, 16-19
Issue 11
- 30/04/2009    

What Europeans really think (and know) about science and technology

How much do Europeans really know about science and technology? What do they think about it? Do they even care? Russ Hodge from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory reports on one of the Eurobarometer surveys.

Spotlight on education
Issue 3
- 20/12/2006    

Tracing earthquakes: seismology in the classroom

Chinese dragons that predict earthquakes? Waves of glowing jelly babies? Earthquake-proof spaghetti? Physics teachers Tobias Kirschbaum and Ulrich Janzen explain how they teach geophysics.

Earth science, Physics
Ages: 
16-19
Issue 1
- 04/08/2006    

Deep Impact

Films about science or even pseudo-science can be powerful tools in the classroom. Heinz Oberhummer and Markus Behacker from the Cinema and Science project provide a toolkit for using the film Deep Impact.

Science in films
Ages: 
14-16, 16-19
Issue 1
- 03/08/2006