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1001 Inventions to launch Brazil Schools Programme
Published Date: 
24/06/2014

World-premier science show uncovering Muslim Civilisation legacy in Brazil

1001 Inventions announces Brazil Schools Programme and a world-premier science show celebrating the scientific and cultural legacy of Muslim Civilisation in Brazil.

Launching in September 2014, the 1001 Inventions Brazil Schools Programme will engage schools across the country with a new range of educational classroom activities and science fairs delivered in partnership with Qatar Museums, the Qatar Brazil 2014 Year of Culture and Brazil's renowned Institute of Butantan.

Over a thousand years ago there was a creative golden age in Muslim Civilisation during which fascinating advancements in science and technology were made. In an area that spread from Spain to China, inspirational men and women of different faiths and cultures built upon the knowledge of ancient civilisations and made discoveries that have had a huge and often underappreciated impact on our world. 

1001 Inventions raises awareness of this important period of scientific and cultural innovation demonstrating how societies today, including those of Latin America, have had centuries of interactions with Muslim Civilisation.

The educational materials will also connect discoveries of the past to modern day achievements including the work of Brazil’s Institute of Butantan in biomedical research and Qatar’s influential role in scientific development.

This initiative provides schools in Brazil with a new, first-of-its-kind, live science show and high quality educational materials that enrich the teaching of science, technology and mathematics. The diversity of the content provided by 1001 Inventions interlinks themes of science with art and culture, helping to nurture student creative skills.

The 1001 Inventions Brazil Schools Programme is managed in Brazil by the Institute of Butantan which is based in Sao Paulo.

Further updates will be provided shortly so please visit this website regularly and subscribe to 1001 Inventions social media channels: facebook.com/1001inventions and twitter.com/1001inventions

About 1001 Inventions

1001 Inventions is a UK-based organisation that produces high-profile global educational campaigns and award-winning transmedia experiences, blockbuster exhibitions, festivals, films, live shows, books and learning products that are being used by hundreds of thousands of educators around the world.

1001 Inventions is the world’s leading Muslim Civilisation brand that has engaged and educated over 100 million people and established a global network of strategic partnerships and relationships with governments, educational institutions and organisations.

About Qatar Brazil 2014

Qatar Brazil 2014 is a year-long cultural exchange programme dedicated to connecting people in the State of Qatar and the Federative Republic of Brazil through culture, community, and sport. Aiming to strengthen bilateral relations and create lasting partnerships between Qatar and Brazil by working with partners and sponsors to bring exhibitions, festivals, competitions, and other cultural exchange activities to both countries.

Qatar Brazil 2014 is held under the patronage of Qatar Museums Chairperson, Her Excellency Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, in partnership with Qatar's Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage.

This is the third consecutive Year of Culture launched by Qatar Museums, following Qatar Japan 2012 and Qatar UK 2013.

http://www.qatarbrazil2014.com

About Institute of Butantan, Brazil

Institute of Butantan is a leading research and educational institution in Brazil, founded in 1901. Linked to the Secretary of State for Health of São Paulo, the Institute is one of the largest biomedical research centres in the world. The Institute conducts studies and surveys related directly or indirectly to public health in the areas of Biology, Biomedicine, Pharmacology and Biotechnology. Also conducts science missions at home and abroad through the World Health Organization and Pan American Health, UNICEF and UN. 

The Butantan Institute is one of the major touristic and educational attractions in a vast park area in the city section of Butantã in São Paulo. It has a serpentarium, a historical museum, a biological museum, and a museum of microbiology. The venom farm is a major attraction and visitors can see the snakes housed in representations of their natural environments. The park also contains rare tree types.

Butantan also promotes education related activities, graduate courses, technical courses, educational events, academic lectures and a comprehensive schools outreach programme.

The Butantan Institute is the largest producer in Latin America (and one of the largest in the world) of immunobiologicals and biopharmaceuticals. In 2001 it produced ca. 110 million doses of vaccines and 300,000 vials of hyperimmune sera. The institute is responsible for the production of 90% of the vaccines used in Brazil.

http://www.butantan.gov.br