The Microscience Experiment is a hands-on science education project that gives primary, secondary and tertiary students the opportunity to conduct practical work in physics, chemistry and biology, using small kits that come with pedagogical materials.
A training workshop for trainers on installations of solar photovoltaic systems, in Cameroun from 11 to 13 March 2014 in “Centre d’Excellence en microsciences” in Yaounde.
UNESCO organized a Microscience demonstration workshop and an exhibition on water to celebrate the International Year of Water Cooperation in Libreville, Gabon.
UNESCO in collaboration with the international Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and the University of Nigeria, Nsukka organized a series conference, training and demonstration workshops in Nigeria.
A workshop on the Global Microscience Experiments was organized in Niamey on January 2013 in partnership with ISESCO, the National Commission of Niger and the “Guri Vie Meilleure” Foundation.
Sixteen students from a French secondary schools demonstrated the UNESCO Global Microscience Experiments Project on World Teacher’s Day at UNESCO headquarters on 5 October 2012.
UNESCO participated in the celebration of the re-opening of the University Academic Year in Cote-d'Ivoire. Teachers and students were trained to use Microscience kits.
The Global Experiment “Water: A Chemical Solution” was presented in Bamako (Mali) during a training workshop on science education from 11 to13 October 2011.
During the World Teachers' Day celebration at UNESCO headquarters on 5 October 2011 students performed the Global Microscience and Water experiments using Microscience kits. These activities were organized and conducted by Ms Amelle Korichi.
A Demonstration of the Microscience Kits and Global Experiment took place during the World Science Day for Peace and Development on 10 November 2011 at UNESCO headquarters Paris.
Global Microscience and Water experiments conducted by primary and secondary school students in Haiti with the cooperation of UNESCO Haiti’s office, October 2011