Eleven schools, from the same number of countries, qualified for the Entrepreneurial Schools Award and will receive an award during a ceremony at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, on 15 October 2015.
Every year, the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) showcases the best projects developed by young scientists in many different fields from across Europe and beyond. The 27th edition was held this year, with the event taking place in
This day is dedicated to teachers who every day enrich our societies through their activities. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) reminds us that teachers are key to sustainability and national capacity in
In 1999, the United Nations declared that the week from 4 to 10 October should be dedicated to space-related activities. This is a great opportunity to organise innovative classroom experiments, and to show students of all ages how fascinating space
Every year, secondary school students are invited to create and fly a self-made balloon 30 to 35 kilometres up into the air as part of the ASGARD project. All secondary school students can participate, by submitting a proposal for their experiment