2018
27 Jun

Scientix Projects Networking Event 13

Location: Belgium

Country: Belgium

Organizer: Scientix, GFOSS, Cell Explorers and NUI Galway

Type of event: meeting (face-to-face)

Target groups: counsellors,  educational authorities,  industry,  policy makers,  researchers,  teachers

Topic: aeronautics,  agriculture,  anthropology,  applied sciences,  archaeology,  architecture,  astronautics,  astronomy,  biochemistry,  biological sciences,  biology,  biomedicine,  biotechnology,  chemistry,  computer science,  earth sciences,  ecology,  electronics,  energy,  engineering,  environmental sciences,  fisheries sciences,  food sciences,  forestry,  genetics,  geographical information science,  geography,  geology,  geophysics,  information and communications technology,  materials sciences,  mathematics,  medical sciences,  meteorology,  microbiology,  microtechnology,  nanotechnology,  natural sciences,  nuclear technology   ,  oceanography,  optics,  other,  pharmacology,  physical sciences,  physics,  physiology,  science education,  software engineering,  technology,  veterinary medicine,  zoology

Language of event: English

The 13th edition of the Scientix Projects Networking Event (SPNE13) is held at European Schoolnet in Brussels, Belgium, on 27 June 2018. The event is organised in collaboration with GFOSS – Open Technologies Alliance, Cell EXPLORERS and NUI Galway.

The event brings together representatives of projects and organisations, active in science education, to discuss current and ongoing challenges in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in primary education.

The event runs in conjunction with a week-long training course for primary school teachers, co-organised by Scientix, on the topic of “STEM in primary school classrooms”.

Anyone who wishes to contribute to the event or attend it can express their interest by filling in an online form available on the event’s Web page by 18 June 2018.

Url: http://www.scientix.eu/networking-event/13th-spne-before

 

 

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