Have you ever seen a blue cow? A blue apple? Or a blue tree? Blue is rare in nature, so why are some plants and animals blue?
Discover teaching events and activities offered by the EIROforum member institutions.
Travel to ESO’s observatories on a special virtual tour! Get to see what goes on behind the scenes in Chile, in some of the most remote places on Earth. The event will be broadcasted in English, on ESO’s YouTube channel and Facebook page.
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.
ESA’s Teach with Space initiative offers a wealth of different classroom activities and resources that make use of space topics in support of the teaching and learning of STEM disciplines in the classroom, at primary and secondary levels.
Do you have an engaging classroom activity to share with other teachers? Is there an interesting scientific topic that you could explain to STEM teachers and their students? We welcome submissions from teachers and scientists.
Would you like to help ensure that our content is interesting, inspiring and useful to STEM teachers? Consider joining the Science in School teacher reviewer panel. There is no obligation; just send us an email to express your interest.
If you find an article interesting or useful, perhaps you'd consider translating it into your native language? This really helps to increase the reach of our content so that as many teachers as possible can benefit from it.