Don’t fix what ain’t broke! A trip to CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, is a tried and trusted hit with science students.
Land in Geneva and head out for the afternoon, your students will have some time to take in the sites before visiting exhibitions at the History of Science Museum. In the evening, your students will enjoy their first group meal.
Head to CERN for a jam-packed day. It’s here your students will see science in its rawest form and see it totally in the making. A guided tour will give your students an insight into some of the research being developed by key stakeholders here. Your students will get to grips with everything from the fundamentals to the far out, before returning to their accommodation.
On the morning of their final day your students will be embarking on a boat cruise on Lake Geneva. This is an easy pace to take in the sites and see the ecosystem of the canal come to life. Before heading home your students can stop off at the Energy Pavilion, an exhibition at the SIG Energy Pavilion telling the story of electricity, including the mysteries of its production.