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Learn how you can make the most out of your study trip!

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Massive Open Online Courses: A comprehensive training in STEM education.
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Scientix interview series  

José Soares, STEM Teacher, Portugal, says that Scientix has an important role to play in Portugal, because it introduces teachers to new ideas, resources and teaching and learning methods in science education, like he explains in this Scientix interview.

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Latest project

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GIGS - ‘Girls into Global STEM’

The project is formed in response to the need to engage more school students and especially girls in STEM subjects and subsequently in STEM related careers.

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Sea Change, Our Ocean Our Health

The Sea Change project aims at establishing a fundamental “Sea Change” by empowering European citizens to take actions towards a healthy ocean and seas, healthy communities and ultimately a healthy planet.

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Latest News

Space Careers Booklet

Space Awareness publishes a new booklet about space careers

The new Space Career Booklet, published as part of the Space Awareness project funded by the Horizon 2020 framework of the European Union, provides an excellent overview of all the exciting careers that space sciences have to offer.

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HundrED amazing global innovations in education!

Seek inspiration in some of the one hundred innovations in education that the HundrED initiative has now published online. Scientix, the community for science education in Europe, is proud to be among those top one hundred innovations in the world that HundrED has recognised!

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