The 2023 STEM Discovery Campaign is here!

Help students discover their STEM identity

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STEM Discovery Campaign

New Scientix TV episode!

Scientix TV celebrates International Women's Day by ... cloning Agueda?

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Scientix TV

Scientix Newsletter is out!

This edition of the Newsletter will explore the challenges of promoting diversity in STEM fields.

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SCX Newsletter

NBS MOOC re-run

Explore Nature-Based Solutions for your classroom in this MOOC.

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NBS MOOC re-run


12 Years of Scientix

How time flies! Scientix has been around for more than a decade. In this video, we share some of the insights gathered since the start of the project.


Latest project

NBS EduWORLD (Nature-Based Solutions Education Network)

NBS EduWORLD is an EC-funded Horizon Europe project (Grant Agreement N. 101060525) aimed at nurturing an NBS-literate society by supporting a just transition to a sustainable future. For this, NBS EduWORLD will create an NBS community that facilitates synergies between NBS professionals and education providers, and ensures free and easy access to NBS knowledge and resources for all.

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GREEN-EDU, Boosting green education at school

Boosting Green Education at School is an Erasmus Plus strategic partnership to promote environmental education at school through the implementation of replicable experiments.

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Latest News

Scientix teachers videos

New Scientix video series for teachers

A series of short, informative videos aimed at teachers is now available on the Scientix portal. The videos – many of them produced by teachers, for teachers – cover a range of topics, split into three categories: Careers and Industry, Advice from teachers, How to make use of Scientix.

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Join the Future League

Science on Stage invites you to join the Europe-wide competition for STEM teachers and their students. We are looking for teaching projects that implement one or more of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals in STEM lessons.

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