3rd Scientix Conference

Scientix has now published a call for papers for the third Scientix Conference, held in Brussels, Belgium, 4 to 6 May 2018.
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STEM Discovery Week 2018

Join us now on this major campaign about studies and careers in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)!

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Girls in STEM!

The new edition of the Scientix Newsletter looks into women's participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

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Future Classroom Lab
Scientix interview series  

Věra Krajčová, STEM Teacher, Czech Republic, speaks about her favourite moments from her involvement in the Scientix project, and the possibilities of online training activities for teachers, like she explains in this Scientix interview.

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Latest project



The Sensociencia project is developed by the Department of Science Education at the University of Almería, the University of Granada and the Parque de las Ciencias, Granada. It intends to incentivise the use of laboratories and the development of science and mathematics competences at every educational level by carrying out short Model-Based Inquiry sequences (called Sensopíldoras/Senspills).

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Pollution!¨Find a STEM Solution

Pollution! Find a STEM solution!

Pollution! Find a STEM solution! is a cross-curricular project which aims at developing students’ STEM and ICT skills and motivating students to take sustainable actions for themselves and future generations.

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Latest News

European Space Agency

Robotics and automation workshops for teachers at ESA

The European space Security and Education Centre (ESEC) in Belgium is organising new two-day long workshops for primary school teachers, in which they learn more about space robotics and automation processes, using programming environments such as Raspberry Pi and LEGO WeDO.

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European Education Summit 2018

A new and reformed European Education Area by 2025

Modernisation, mobility, competences and shared identities are at the heart of the European Commission’s agenda for 2025, presented at the first European Education Summit in Brussels, Belgium, on 25 January 2018. Students’ performance and interest in science-related disciplines is a key element of this agenda, which the European Commission wants to improve drastically through a set of measures.

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