The UNESCO Green Citizens initiative highlights the work of people who strive to increase awareness of the meaning of the sustainability concept. A travelling exhibition presents eight emblematic projects in education for sustainable development.
The Scientix National conference in Slovakia took place on 9 and 10 November 2015, during the Week of Science and Technology, in the new Centre of Science in Bratislava. The Minister of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic
Society as a whole benefits from a better education in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). That was the general conclusion of speaker after speaker who attended this year's Eminent event (Expert Meeting In Education Networking) in
A total of 53 heads of schools in Europe left Brussels on 8 November 2015, inspired by ideas that were presented to them at a Science Projects Workshop at the Future Classroom Lab. This training helps them to develop programmes of their own to get
Resources from the MSR: MATEMATIKA S RADOSTI (Joy of Maths) and iTEC projects are winners of the seventh Scientix Awards. This is the last time this award will be handed out before the end of the second phase of the Scientix project this year.
Representatives of ROSA (Romanian Space Agency), IFIN-HH (Horia Hulubei National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering) and the University of Bucharest were among invited speakers at the Scientix National Conference in Romania on 30
A new online computer game, created as part of the Manuskills project, invites young students to manage a modern factory. Not only do students learn more about the manufacturing process of goods, but also about the economic, environmental and social
Teachers of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects in secondary schools can apply before 25 November 2015 to become a part of a new pilot activity which gives them access to international workshops and modern classroom equipment.