Looking for a user-friendly interactive map-based educational tool on the ocean? Dive into the European Atlas of the Seas!
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Discover teaching events and activities offered by the EIROforum member institutions.
The free “Genomics for Educators” course, organised by Welcome Connecting Science in collaboration with EMBL and STEM Learning UK, is open again to all educators who want to refresh their teaching and gain confidence in genomics education. Join here.
Analyse real satellite data and hack mysterious alien worlds with ESA. Online and physical hackathons will be organised in April and May 2023.
High-school students are invited to submit an experiment idea to perform at the test beam facility of a particle accelerator. In 2023, the winners will be three, two teams will perform their experiments at CERN and one at DESY.
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