(Italiano) Grow up with STEM
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CREAM is a project co-financed by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. The project aims to innovate the traditional craft sectors of letterpress & printing through the co-creation of 4 kids fablabs, inspired by tinkering and the maker culture.
Robotics workshops at the museum: approaches and learning evaluation
Robotics Workshops at the Museum: assessing methods and learning processes is a research project co-developed by Explora and the Robotics Laboratory for Cognitive and Social Sciences at the University of Milan – Bicocca.
Coding 4 All empowers girls aged 11-12 and peripheral low–income communities with the use of computer programming, promoting an interest and encouraging studies and carriers in computer science. Support was provided by the Google K-12 Education Outreach Fund of Tides Foundation.
Weaving Europe: Artefacts, Values Exchanges
ZigZag – Textile, fibre and felt: it’s a Smart Child’s play! event is the main output ofWeaving Europe: Artefacts, Values & Exchanges – Cycles of cultural events and ateliers to discover Culture and Art through Textiles and Fibre Artefacts in Europe project.
NANOPINION Monitoring public opinion on Nanotechnology in Europe
NANOPINION – Monitoring public opinion on Nanotechnology in Europe, 290575 FP7-NMP-2011-CSA is the European project coordinated by ECSITE, the European Network of Science Centers and Science Museums, which aims to raise awareness of Nanotechnology and Applied Research in this field.
Say Do Science
SAY DO SCIENCE is a national project supported by MIUR (Ministry of Education and University) which involves a network of 10 Italian museums. The project’s goal is the promotion and dissemination of the scientific and technological culture involving museum staff operators and visitors, in particular schools and families.
Instructions for the Future
Instructions for the Future (IF) Informal education as a tool for the dissemination of scientific culture is a national project (2012), co-financed by the Italian Ministry of University and Scientific and Technological Research, through a network of nine Italian Science Museums.
SCICOM (European Network of Science Centers in communicating energy-related topics)
SCICOM is supported by the EU 7FP. Its objective is to disseminate Science to the audience through a network of science centres with focus on renewable energy topics.