Meet the new Scientix Ambassadors

175 science teachers are working with Scientix on various activities around the world, with more to come!
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Opening minds to STEM careers!

Making the link between science education and future professions.

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Scientix interview series  

Dr. Richard Walden, a science teacher in the United Kingdom, talks about teacher collaboration and how arts can be incorporated in science education in this Scientix interview, recorded at the Eminent conference of European Schoolnet in November 2015.

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Latest project

Odysseus II

ODYSSEUS II, Youth for Space Challenge

Ιnspire young people from all over Europe and engage them in space exploration.

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Nevšední matematika všedního dne (Extraordinary maths for an ordinary day)

The aim of the project was to create on-line textbook and workbook for lower secondary students. The emphasis is put on practical use of maths in daily life.

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Latest News

Build the best Minecraft model for an ocean-monitoring satellite!

The European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) is looking for creative kids, aged 6 to 16, to build original models for ocean-monitoring satellites in Minecraft, the video-game platform. Creators of the best models get iPad mini 4 tablets!

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Find useful teaching materials online with the help of Amgen Teach

The Amgen Teach community has introduced a brand new online repository with a rapidly growing number of teaching materials in various European languages. It is particularly useful for science teachers in the fields of biotechnology, chemistry and physics. The repository is open to everyone; all you need to do is register.

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