Greek educational system is downgrading Natural Sciences as a whole against any scientific and pedagogical argumentation and international practice. Read more [...]
Stand up comedy is very popular. Yet, when Helena González decided this could be a way for her to engage the public about her own research topic, she did not know how the public would respond. Together with colleagues from Big Van Science, she took to the stage back in 2013 and has not left since. Find out more how to turn life in a lab into the most compelling show. Read more [...]
Scientific education misses teaching how to fail, which gives them the opportunity to teach themselves how to work on a stage without a finished script. Read more [...]
NuitDebout (Standing Night) is an occupation of the République square that gathers hundreds to thousands of people each day. #SciencesDebout is an initiative from a few scientists who took a felt and a cardboard and wrote “I’m a physicist/historian/anything, ask me your questions!”.
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2011 Physics Nobel Laureate Saul Perlmutter is on mission to equip future generations with critical thinking, an approach taken from the scientific toolbox, that can be useful within and outside science, he believes. In this podcast interview with EuroScientist, Perlmutter shares his views on how this can be done. Read more [...]
Noa Haim is a designer and an architect based in The Netherlands. She is the founder of the Collective Paper Aesthetics initiative, to create participatory construction toys. Her idea is to let anybody become a designer, thanks to simple shapes that can be assembled at will. In this opinion piece she reveals her philosophy at the interface between science and art. She shows how anybody can become an designer with no prior training—perhaps one of the best introduction to engineering and architecture the next generation could have. Read more [...]
A recent study analyses the views of secondary school pupils from 21 countries on their engagement with STEM subjects in and outside school, and includes their career choices. All countries represented are involved in the inGenious project, an EU-funded platform aiming to promote school-industry collaboration on STEM education. Read more [...]