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BASF launches new online educational science games for kids

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – BASF, a global chemical company, has added two new interactive experiments in Vietnamese to its online platform BASF Virtual Lab, with the goal of sparking interest and curiosity for science among young learners.

The two new experiments, “How Does Soap Wash Things?” and “How Do You Trap Sound?”, enable children to delve into the scientific process of soap-making and its role in hygiene, as well as the world of acoustics and sound waves. With the latter, children can also create simple musical instruments using everyday materials.

“In a world where science is deeply connected with our daily lives, it is essential to nurture a love for chemistry for the next generation,” said Erick Contreras, managing director at BASF Vietnam.

The BASF Virtual Lab platform was launched in 2018 in collaboration with the HCMC Department of Education and Training. The platform is part of BASF’s global Kids’ Lab initiative, offering a variety of interactive experiments for children under the guidance of Dr. Bubbles, the animated Kids’ Lab mascot.

BASF Vietnam continues to prioritize community-focused initiatives, especially in education development. Initiatives like BASF Kids’ Lab, Think Playgrounds, and Saigon Children’s Charity have enriched the lives of thousands of children in Vietnam since 2011.

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