Noble Energy Science Park
Get to know the greatest scientists in history at an experiential park
Rotating with the sun, hovering in a helicopter, lifting the earth with a crane, opening and closing dams or playing with gravity - at the Noble Energy Science Park you could get in, touch, climb and activate a series of giant interactive displays. The main subject is environment quality and the park’s exhibitions demonstrate important scientific principles that have to do with it. In case you would like to rest, you could do so at the pie shaped bench or alternatively take a seat at the amphitheater and watch the water shows at the wind rose shaped fountain.
You are invited to a great experience for the whole family. A wonderful combination of learning and fun in an expansive park, divided to courtyards which display the inventions and discoveries of the greatest scientists in history- Archimedes, Leonardo Da Vinci, Sir Isaac Newton, Daniel Bernoulli, Pythagoras and others.
Among the proposed courtyards offered for adoption:
- The Archimedes Courtyard- "Give me a place to stand and I will move the earth" Archimedes of Syracuse was a 3rd century mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer. Located in the wildly popular Noble Energy Science Park, MadaTech pays tribute to his genius in this attractive, colorful, larger-than-life interactive exhibit. The courtyard demonstrates some of the Archimedes's groundbreaking innovations, including the principles of the level, pulley system, foundations of hydrostatics, and the famous Archimedes screw.
- The Galileo Galilei Courtyard - Galileo, known as the Father of Modern Science, was an Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer, engineer, and philosopher who played a major role in the Scientific Revolution of the Renaissance. MadaTech wishes to establish the Galileo Galilei Courtyard in its popular outdoor Noble Energy Science Park to feature the devices and inventions of Galileo and his contemporaries. Guests will be invited aboard a 12 meter ship that will feature innovations such as, an astrolabe-a medieval astronomical computer, a triquetrum- an instrument able to determine altitudes of celestial bodies, a telescope, a compass, a meteorological station, a modern model of the solar system and much more.
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