Do you know kids’ most popular reaction to chemistry? It’s “Wow!” – one simple word with great scientific experience behind it. We’ve heard it many times in more than 30 countries at BASF Kids’ Lab. For one day, kids become scientists. They experiment in a playful manner and learn why and how the world’s marvels work. Because we believe that one day these kids will wow us in return.

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BASF is bringing BASF Kids’ Lab to Asia Pacific. It is a free interactive chemistry education program for kids aged 6-12 years to discover the world of chemistry through simple and safe experiments.

BASF has established Kids’ Lab in Germany in 1997 with an aim to nurture kids’ interest in chemistry. The program has been brought to more than 30 countries across the globe, including Germany, the U.K., the U.S., Australia, Singapore, India and Japan.

At BASF, we create chemistry.

Children’s Museum of Houston provides science related learning opportunities by hosting BASF Kids’ Lab in the summer, a program created by BASF Corp., the second largest chemical producer in the world, with headquarters in New Jersey.

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BASF Kids’ Lab has recently celebrated its 20th anniversary globally, and has been in museums and learning centers in the United States since 2010.

The program started as a hands on chemistry class that launched at the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey, and has expanded to encompass all STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) topics.

“We see no shortage of folks wanting to take advantage of the program. It is extremely important exposing STEM topics as early as you can to plant a seed,” Molly Borst, manager for science education at BASF Corp. said.


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