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Have a look to what was the 12th Barcelona Science Festival!

By | June 15th, 2018|Categories: Networks, Science Events, Science Festivals, Workshops|

Barcelona is committed to becoming a city of science. This will be possible thanks to its huge potential as a knowledge creation hub and its ability to deliver that knowledge to society as a whole, through a wide range of science and technology dissemination activities offered by the city’s cultural and scientific community. It is in [...]

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Go for it: Present Your Science Festival in Shanghai!

By | March 2nd, 2018|Categories: Collaborative Projects, Invitations from Partners, Networks, Science Events, Science Festivals, Uncategorized|

Good news and a special honor for our organisation: 5 EUSEA Members are invited to join a Delegation to the Shanghai Science Festival 2018. Are you interested in sharing your Science Festival with colleagues and experts in China? Why not travel to Shanghai in May and become part of the EUSEA Expert Delegation to the "Shanghai [...]

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SUSTAIN: a new fruitful collaboration for breeding sustainable landscapes through Citizen Science

By | January 16th, 2018|Categories: Collaborative Projects|

SUSTAIN is a new project in which our network is involved: EUSEA is part of a successful consortium that was just awarded a EUR 449,900 grant by Erasmus+, the EU programme for education, training, youth and sport. SUSTAIN will be coordinated by Science LinX, the science centre of the University of Groningen. SUSTAIN aims to engage [...]

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We are looking for support in the PERFORM Project!

By | November 15th, 2017|Categories: Collaborative Projects, EU-Projects, Inside EUSEA, Uncategorized|Tags: , , |

EUSEA is offering a 6-months-position in one of our EU projects! Join us and send us your application! PERFORM  The PERFORM project investigates the effects of innovative science education methods based on performing arts in fostering young peoples’ motivations and engagement with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). In selected secondary schools in France, Spain and the United Kingdom PERFORM takes action to overcome the remaining distance between young people and science and to break the unidirectional model of scientific knowledge transfer. […]

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