The Global Classroom Project (Measuring Rainfall)

Engum_schoolChildren from more than 15 countries are participating in a Danish research experiment.

Danfoss Universe launched a homepage with the results from a experiment involving measuring rainfall. During the last couple of days more than 2000 children from more than 15 countries and 50 schools have helped to conduct the research work. The children have monitored and measured the rainfall and will continue this throughout next week. The aim is to make children aware of the watercycle, curious about science and help them understand the environmental issues linked to the water cycle and the rainfall.

The registration is open so schools all over the world can join.

Read mora about the project at The Global Classroom Project at

I think it is a good project to involve children from all over the world in the same environmental project.


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