Team Building

The Aqualibrium competition makes for a great theambuilding or ice-breaking activity. Set up a challenge and get different groups to compete for the lowest penalty score. Everybody can take part at the same time, or you can set up one or two competition set and challenge teams to improve on the current best network.

School Outreaches

The Aqualibrium activities and materials are designed to teach learners about the urban water cycle, how water gets to their homes and the role of civil engineers in it, the application of physics and mathematical concepts and the importance of preserving water resources.

Want to know how to play?

Building an Aqualibrium set. (Let's play part 1)

Professor Kobus explains what you get in the box and how to set up the set to run the Aqualibrium competition.

Running a competition (Let's play part 2)

Profesor Kobus explains how to run and score the Aqualibrium water competition.

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