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  • STEM teachers least mobile in Europe

    03/08/2015

    Fewer than twenty per cent of science and mathematics teachers report having been abroad at any time for professional purposes. Teachers of those subjects are less mobile than those of languages, social studies and literature.

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  • Scientix Newsletter: The magic of mathematics!

    31/07/2015

    The July version of the Scientix Newsletter includes tips that you can benefit from to reach even greater success in teaching mathematics, a core subject in most schools.

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  • Engineer a better world

    31/07/2015

    The Institution of Engineering and Technology in England, Wales and Scotland (IET) is running a campaign to show that engineering is much more than just a field of science, computers and technology. It also encompasses art, design and creativity.

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  • Video competition to show how digital skills can help

    30/07/2015

    Europeans are invited to participate in a new video competition, where they show the world how digital skills have helped them in their personal or professional lives.

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  • Astronomy camp for secondary school students

    28/07/2015

    Up to fifty-six secondary school students are invited to participate in the third ESO Astronomy Camp from 26 December 2015 to 1 January 2016. The camp is hosted by the Astronomical Observatory of the Autonomous Region of the Aosta Valley, in

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  • The high value of cross-border collaboration

    27/07/2015

    Two recent reports underline the importance of cross-border collaboration in research and science, such as that supported by the Scientix community. Sharing ideas, best practices and lessons learned are all integral components of Scientix.

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  • Two new projects to enhance ocean literacy

    24/07/2015

    The SEA CHANGE and RESPONSEABLE projects want to bring about change in the way that people view oceanic environments. Social innovation is used to support a number of actions that mobilise people in discussions on sustainable healthy seas,

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  • Design apps or tools to fight bullying!

    22/07/2015

    ENABLE Hackathon is looking for young people, aged nine to seventeen, to work in teams with a mentor to design an app or tool that can help reduce bullying. Teams are ideally composed of three to four individuals who are invited to meet their

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