Space competition launches Secondary school students are being invited to form teams to submit entries for the Space Science Experiment Design Competition, jointly organised by the Home Affairs Bureau, the Education Bureau, the China Manned Space Agency, and the China Astronaut Research and Training Centre. Space experiments that can pass the testing of the China Manned Space Agency could be carried onboard Tiangong-2 in early 2016 for demonstration by astronauts in zero gravity. Winning teams will also have the opportunity to visit the Beijing Aerospace City or the spacecraft launch centre on the mainland. Deadline for entry is 6pm, February 27, 2015. For details, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Art for all The Asian Art Archive is holding sharing sessions on November 8 at its Sheung Wan office to broaden students' understanding of the role of art in society. It is also hosting a Learning Labs series at various venues on November 1 and 22 offering peer-led activities for senior secondary students, covering discussions, interactions with artists, visits to studios, exhibition viewings and hands-on exercises. Visit aaa.org.hk/Learning/LearningLab/Home Energy conservation Chinese University has launched a pilot incentive scheme targeting energy reduction in 23 buildings. The buildings include 10 with the highest energy usage levels. This represents more than 60 per cent of the university's total electricity consumption. The university wants to reduce energy consumption per capita by 25 per cent between 2005 and 2025.