From quantum physics to space travels

At scienceathome.org, we have nothing against sleep but this morning, we simply couldn’t stay in bed. At already 6am, some of us were in front of a screen, somewhere, in the middle of the University park in Aarhus. “Why’s that?”, you may wonder. Well, here are the reasons: 1. Andreas … Continue reading

Aarhus Quantum Game Jam

  We hope you are ready because Science at Home has been working day and night to bring Quantum Game Jam 2015 to Århus! Yes, that’s right! One sleepless weekend, September 18th-20th , 50 fellow game-making enthusiasts, 10 hard core physicists swirling around to answer all your questions and the Science … Continue reading

New addition to the team!

  Campus of Aarhus University, Science at Home’s head quarter, earlier this summer: The temperature slightly rose, the sun was shining, and the queue in the canteen diminished day by day. Slowly, the campus changed and the whole city shifted into summer spirit. And while some of us dreamt about … Continue reading

Visiting Skåde skole: Quantum physics and games in the classroom

We have had the pleasure of visiting the science class at Skåde skole. We went there to tell the students about quantum physics,  about the science at home project, and to present them with our newest game Quantum Minds. We started the visit with a talk by Jacob Sherson, who … Continue reading