The Kemma Centre for chemistry education in Finland inspires and motivates children and young people to take an interest in chemistry as a subject and possible career choice. Kemma's strategy is to make chemistry fun through positive experiences and
This project exists since September 2000 and has already helped thousands of pupils throughout the world to measure the circumference of Earth just as a man named Eratosthenes did, more than 2200 years ago.
This French project allows pupils to understand the high interdependency between aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, as well as the crucial role of the oceans in the climate regulation at a planetary scale.
The aim of the project is to create a learning community of European teachers and students in order to carry out a common analysis and reflection on the theme of how to make scientific issues more attractive to students, how to promote and share