To celebrate Marie Skłodowska-Curie’s 155th birthday, the European Commission is organising several initiatives to strengthen the bonds between the worlds of science and education.
Thanks to Science is Wonderful! and Researchers at Schools, funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, teachers from all around Europe and their pupils can discover the wonders and value of science by interacting with leading researchers and innovators.
Science is Wonderful!
Science is Wonderful! connects research with schools across the European Union.
It celebrates the value and impact of EU-funded research by giving primary and secondary school students the chance to
- interact with leading researchers and innovators
- learn more about their work in engaging formats
- ask about scientific careers
Since 2015, Science is Wonderful! has organised online activities and an annual science fair that showcases research projects and innovations through presentations, hands-on experiments, games and quizzes.
In the next months, Science is Wonderful! will give schools and researchers the chance to connect and co-create science projects, as well as to take part in a science fair in Brussels, Belgium.
Match-making event – co-create a learning resource!
Do you have a great idea for a new learning resource, such as a Do It Yourself tutorial or a board game, but are you not quite sure how to put it in practice?
We are giving teachers and MSCA researchers a unique opportunity to team up and co-create learning material, regardless of their location or subject of interest.
You can develop together a proposal for an experiment, quiz, game or any other activity.
Register by 1 December 2022 for our online Science is Wonderful! match-making event. There are several prizes to be won, so register, connect, and co-create a wonderful project!