BASF Kids' Lab in Korea
With the belief that students today can become innovators and leaders of tomorrow, BASF established Kids' Lab in Germany in 1997 with the aim to nurture children's interest in chemistry; and to help young generation recognize how chemistry around us can help protect the environment and create a sustainable future.
The BASF Kids' Lab program is an interactive, fun and free chemistry education program designed for kids aged 6 to 12 years to discover the world of chemistry through simple and safe experiments. This program has been brought to more than 30 countries across the globe.
The nunber of participants has steadily increased since the BASF Kids' Lab was first launched in 2003, more than 7,500 students have participated in the program in South Korea since the program began.
In the future there will be many problems such as lack of energy such as food and electricity, lack of public transportation, and residental space. BASF believes that "chemistry" can paly a significant role in solving this problem. BASF makes children realize the importance of chemisty in everyday life and to prepare for sustainable future through chemistry by experiencing an easy and fun chemical experiments which called BASF Kids' Lab. Through continuous and long-term social contribution activities, BASF aims to contribute dreams and hopes to the children of the community and to cultivate future talents.