Category Archives: Teenagers

Changing behaviours – creating a better quality of life for the future

The group of delegates who were involved in the Changing Behaviours work package includes Tim Caulton from Thinktannk, Anett Ruszanov (ERRIN), Dana Bekker Vejborna (South Moravian Centre for International Mobility), Pauline Lachappelle (Universite de Lyon) and Vladislava Pospisilova (Academy of … Continue reading

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Physics Factory in Birmingham

One of the visits which forms part of this week’s CASC conference is to the Physics Factory in Five Ways, Birmingham (UK). Physics Factory is “a grassroots movement that aims to take action on the decline of physics in British … Continue reading

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Despina Tsikoudi from the European Office of Cyprus talks about science communication and science in education

Ahead of the final conference we asked a number of representatives from the CASC project partners to give us their thoughts on some of the key issues which will be discussed and developed further at the conference. Despina Tsikoudi from … Continue reading

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Young people and Earth Science

As part of Earth Day on 22 April 2010, the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR) hosted an event which was aimed at introducing the public and especially young people to science in the living world thanks to … Continue reading

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Building exhibits in symbiosis with the public

What is it? School children were invited to put their questions and express their ideas about the sea in the pages of a local newspaper.  The questions were grouped and used, in their original formulation, as the titles of the … Continue reading

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