CTS1915

Food Science 食物科學

P4 - S2 Students

12 -13 Aug 2019 : 2pm - 5pm

HKD 1,620

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Course Objectives

Learn about the concepts of basic food science and its application through hands on experiments.

 

Course Outline

Session 1   What is Food Battery? The concepts of Newtonian fluid and non-Newtonian fluid will be introduced.

Session 2   What is Molecular Gastronomy? Sous-vide? How does human taste be affected by temperature?

 

 

Target Participants / Prerequisite
For students completed P4 - S2 who are creative and good at Mathematics and Science.
 

Course Instructor

Mr. Felix TSE

Mr. Tse holds a master degree in Electrical engineering and obtained distinction in Post-Graduate Certificate of Education. He had been an engineer in an internationally listed company in early career and became a teacher for about 30 years afterwards. He has taught in the School of Continuing Studies of CUHK (now CUSCS) for more than 2 years and taught in HK Technical Teacher College (now known as Education University of Hong Kong). Currently, he has established “Science World Limited” and is responsible for academic development and the design of science programs. Science World Limited aims to serve many schools and organizations. Additionally, Mr. Tse has designed and taught science programs (forensic science, food science, renewable energy) for talented children in the Hong Kong Academy of Gifted Education as well as some on-going courses. He had also run and host a radio broadcasted program (26 episodes) about science named as “Science World” broadcasted in RTHK DAB 31.

 

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese with English terms
 
 
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