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  •  Jeugd, Cultuur en Wetenschap (JCW)

    Youth, Culture and Science (JCW) (BE)

    Jeugd, Cultuur en Wetenschap (JCW - Youth, Culture and Science) is a youth organisation in Belgium which arranges activities for 6 - to 30-year-olds in the fields of culture and science. It is an inclusive organisation, aiming to include young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. It works with an open approach based on the belief that the intrinsic abilities of all children and young people can flourish in an atmosphere of dialogue, interaction and participation.  

  • Associação Juvenil de Ciência

    Youth Science Association (PT)

    AJC is the only association in Portugal dedicated to the promotion of science of youth for youth. Every year, the AJC takes the best young scientists to represent Portugal in various science fairs around the world.
    In addition to the AJC has an odd role in youth associations worldwide as part of FEPASC (Portuguese Federation of Associations and Scientific Societies) and is a founding member of MILSET (Mouvement International Pour le Loisir Cientifique et Technique).

  • Fundacao de Juventude

    Youth Foundation (PT)

    The Youth Foundation is a private institution of public interest in Portugal, which is nonprofit and focused on Training, Entrepreneurship and Youth Employment support. Its mission is to conduct or support initiatives to promote the integration of young people into active and professional life. It defines five Strategic Vectors: Vocational Training, Employment and Entrepreneurship, Citizenship and volunteering, Creativity and Innovation, Science and Technology.

  • Young Engineers

    Young Engineers (UK)

    Young Engineers in the UK aims to inspire young people to pursue a career in engineering. It does this through a range of national competitions and a national club network.

  • Young Engineers and Science Clubs Scotland

    Young Engineers and Science Clubs Scotland (UK)

    Young Engineers & Science Clubs Scotland aims to engage young people in practical, exciting, hands-on science and engineering activities and to enthuse them to pursue a career in science, engineering and technology. 

  • Young science

    Young science (AT)

    With the slogan “Research connects People” the Austrian information and service point “Young Science” offers collective information and contacts regarding all programmes of pre-university support for junior researchers of the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW). The aim of the initiative is to intensify the cooperation between the secondary and tertiary education system and to facilitate direct contacts between school pupils and universities and universities of applied sciences.

  •  Ungdommens Naturvidenskabelige Forening (UNF)

    The Danish Youth Association of Science (UNF) (DK)

    UNF in Denmark aims to promote an interest in science, technology and medicine, particularly among young people through a variety of engaging activities. UNF is Scandinavia's largest provider of ScienceCamps, which offer a week of exciting educational and social activities within a scientific fields. UNF has four local chapters that organize lectures, debates, and field trips during the school year. These activities are aimed at high school students, but anybody with and interest in science is welcome.

    Through accessible young-to-young communication, UNF strives to show young people that science can be fun and exciting, not just difficult and nerdy - while curiosity and interest are valued higher than knowledge and talent. All the organisers are volunteers and most are high school or university students, all of who want to share their own passion for science with others.

  • Tech 2 You

    Tech 2 You (DE)

    Tec2You is a German programme to enable students from graduating classes to organise a field trip to one of the great exhibitions at the Hannover Exhibition Center in order to provide them with a detailed insight into the most important high-tech industries.

  • Tomorrow's Engineers

    Tomorrow's Engineers (UK)

    Tomorrow’s Engineers in the UK provides information and resources about the amazing careers available in engineering and runs a schools programme to help inspire the next generation of engineers.

  • Ada Lovelace Projekt

    Ada Lovelace Projekt (DE)

    The Ada Lovelace Project is a German mentoring network which aims to motivate girls and young women to choose a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics.

  • AMAVET

    AMAVET (SK)

    AMAVET in Slovakia is the Youth Association for Science and Technology which aims to create conditions for promising young scientists. It helps to deliver ideas to pupils and students as well as to educators and parents. It is a member of MILSET. 

  • ASOCIACION AMIGOS DE LA CIENCIA,DIVERCIENCIA

    ASSOCIATION FRIENDS OF THE SCIENCE, "DIVERCIENCIA" (ES)

    The Association friends of the Science promotes the vocations scientific across annual activities and of the Fair of Science in the Street that we celebrate in April. The activities consist of chats of spreading, workshops, exhibitions, scientific theatre... Also we have scholarships of investigation in the University for one week of the month of Julio, for aquelllos students who have realized during the course projects of investigation and they them expose in the Fair Science in the Street.

  • Associació per Promoure la Recerca Jove (MAGMA)

    Association Promoting Young Researchers (MAGMA) (ES)

    MAGMA in Spain is a Catalan youth association which promotes passion for research among young people and shares experiences with other similar movements. It carries out several activities at the national, state and international committees. It  consists of fifty people, mostly young people, who work on the various activities of the association.

  • Association for Technical Culture of Slovenia (ZOTKS)

    Association for Technical Culture of Slovenia (ZOTKS) (SI)

    Zveza za tehnično kulturo Slovenije (ZOTKS) v Sloveniji organizira dejavnosti, kot so klubi za mlade tehnike, interesne skupine za modelarstvo, sodelovanje s šolami, kmetijske in tehnične dejavnosti, raziskovalni tabori, poletne šole in delavnice, tekmovanja iz znanja za mlade na številnih področjih tehničnih, naravoslovnih in drugih znanosti ter druge interesne dejavnosti.

  • Association of Small Debrouillards Czech Republic

    Association of Small Debrouillards Czech Republic (CZ)

    The Association of Small Debrouillards Czech Republic is an association of science clubs for young people across Czech Republic. It coordinates a Science Cup and gives news and updates on activities. 

  • Nők a Tudományban Egyesület

    Association of Hungarian Women in Science (HU)

    Girls' Day in Hungary is organised by the Association of Hungarian Women in Science. Every year at the last Thursday of April technical enterprises, enterprises with technical departments and technical training facilities, universities, and research centres all over Europe are invited to organise an open day for girls – Girls'Day. 

  • Allez les filles! Osez les sciences!

    Go girls go, Dare Science (FR)

    The French blog, “Go girls go, Dare science” encourages young girls towards science. Created and managed by five young women, engineers or students in science and technology and a project officer of Universcience, the first European Science center, who supports the blog, it  aims to show that despite the prejudices and obstacles, it is possible for women to succeed as scientists.

  • Greek Mathematical Company

    Greek Mathematical Company (GR)

    The Greek Mathematical Company promotes different branches of Math Science through the publication of magazines and scientific reviews, cooperation with similar organisations (also abroad), seminars, conferences, competitions. Especially for young people, the Company organizes competitions, math camps and summer math schools and publishes 3 magazines for students of High School, Junior High School and Primary School.

  • Green Light for Girls

    Green Light for Girls (BE)

    Greenlight for girls is an international organisation dedicated to inspiring girls of all ages and backgrounds to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects by introducing them to the world of science in fun and exciting ways!

  • Asociația Culturală Flower Power

    Flower Power Cultural Association (RO)

    Flower Power Cultural Association is an NGO which created concepts and events dedicated to the education of the children, teenagers and adults: Theater and Movie Camp for Children and Teenagers, ”Hope for little artists” annual gala, The social campaign ”A chance to identity-I want to exist”-dedicated to the children that dont have identity papers.

    In these projects and programmes, ACFP is trying to reach and promote models and to sustain the special abilities and talents of children, teenagers and adults, sustaining the communication between different generations.

  • FirSTep

    FirSTep (RO)

    FirSTep, the Science, Technology and Design Fair in Romania is organised by Lumina Educational Institutions in collaboration with national and international science fair organisations. Its mission is to challenge students to prepare science and technology projects to find workable solutions to everyday problems, to raise awareness of our planet’s energy and environmental issues.

  • Fondation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg

    Fondation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg (LU)

    The objective of the Young Scientists Foundation (Lion Award 2011) in Luxembourg is to arouse and create a taste for research among young people between 12 and 21 years of age. The main ambition of the foundation is to encourage young people to carry out extracurricular scientific or technical activities which will prove both their scientific curiosity and their perseverance. To achieve this, the association has been organising yearly since 1971 the national Young Scientists competition. National organiser of EUCYS (European Union Contest for Young Scientists) in Luxemburg.

  • Förbundet Unga Forskare (FUF)

    Federation of Young Scientists (SE)

    The Federation of Young Scientists in Sweden aims to develop young people's interest in science and technology. Everything in the organisation is done and run by young people. At the annual seminar SIYSS high school students can meet international young scientists and inspired by their work. It also has a programme offering offer support and help around school work and an exhibition of Young Scientists.

  • Bioteka

    Bioteka (HR)

    Bioteka.hr is a Croatian portal for children and young people aged ten to eighteen years who are interested in topics related nature, biology, evolution, environment, energy, and health and nutrition. It is also aimed at parents and educators.

  • Centre "Lielvārdi"

    Centre "Lielvārdi" (LV)

    The objective of Centre 'Lielvārdi' in Latvia is to stimulate the natural and true curiosity in children and youth about ourselves, surroundings and technologies by using interactive exhibits, experiments and lessons. In the interactive exhibition visitors can try out different types of devices, mechanisms and technologies in order to test the laws of nature. Groups of students can apply for special educational lessons held by professional teachers. Lessons have been developed in accordance with teaching curriculum, letting children supplement their theoretical education with practical knowledge and erudition.

  • Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC)

    CNIC (Spain's National Centre for Cardiovascular Research) (ES)

    The CNIC (Spain's National Centre for Cardiovascular Research) offers secondary school students who study Natural Science and Health, the chance to see  biomedical research in action in order to awaken and foster their interest in it.
     
    The  ACÉRCATE programme gives students the opportunity to learn new techniques are applied in biomedical research and to conduct experiments under the supervision of researchers for two weeks in the summer.

  • Cosmicus

    Cosmicus (NL)

    Cosmicus Foundation is a national organization in the Netherlands that organizes educational, cultural, social and scientific activities and projects. In addition, it focuses on the training, development and career of pupils, students and alumni. The foundation has a secondary school in Rotterdam and Amsterdam, and primary schools in Rotterdam, Arnhem and The Hague. It also manages eight student associations spread throughout the country and prints a quarterly magazine called Cascade. It is a member of MILSET. 

  • Cyber Mentor

    Cyber Mentor (DE)

    CyberMentor is a German E-Mentoring-Programme, for female students interested in maths, informatics, science and technology.

  • CySEDS

    CySEDS (CY)

    CySEDS is the Cyprus chapter of SEDS (Students for the Exploration and Development of Space). It is aimed at students and young professionals between the ages of 3 to 35 years. It encourages students to be involved in and further their knowledge about space exploration through educational events, conferences, trips, technical projects, and related activities.

  • Latvijas Universitātes Dabaszinātņu un matemātikas izglītības centrs

    Center for Science and Mathematics Education of the University of Latvia (LV)

    Among other things, The Center for Science and Mathematics Education aims to increase pupil’s interest in careers related to science and mathematics. The Center works to attract young people to science and mathematics by organizing online competitions, summer schools and other science education events for students. 

  • Κέντρο Παιδείας Επιστημών

    Center of Science Education (GR)

    The Center of Science Education is a Greek foundation for the promotion of Science, Letters and Art to the public. Specifically for science and young people, the Centers of Knowledge and Sciences (Εστίες Γνώσης και Επιστημών) are spaces of interaction and communication for young people that wish to learn about science and new technologies and participate in training programmes. A special programme is ‘Student Dialogues’ that involves students in cycles of discussion on different science matters.

  • Danish Science Factory

    Danish Science Factory (DK)

    The Danish Science Factory works to ensure that all children and young people have engaging experiences with science. It organises events, supports related initiatives and communities that are working to help all children and young people have engaging experiences with science. National organiser for EUCYS (European Union Contest for Young Scientists).

  • DiScienza

    DiScienza (IT)

     
    DiScienza in Italy is a non -profit organization that operates in the field of scientific communication with the objective to develop and spread knowledge of science and technology in a dynamic and interactive way.  Among other things, it works with schools teaching robotics. There is a special section dedicated to schools on the website http://www.discienza.org/scuole/ 

  • ElhuyarFundazioa

    ElhuyarFundazioa (ES)

    ElhuyarFundazioa (ELHUYAR) in Spain was set up with the aim of linking science and the Basque language. One of the specific objectives of ELHUYAR is to foster young people’s vocation and interest towards science, as an important asset for the future society.

  • Eureka Science Fair

    Eureka Science Fair (CY)

    Eureka Young Scientists & Engineers Fair is an international science and engineering fair based in Cyprus inspiring the scientists of tomorrow through inquiry-based investigations. Eureka@School is where schools organise their own in-house science fair.  Resources and background materials are provided here on the Eureka webpages.

  • Evrika Foundation

    Evrika Foundation (BG)

    The aim of the Evrika Foundation in Bulgaria is to support talented children and young people in the implementation of projects in the field of science, engineering and management; to support young innovators and entrepreneurs;  to disseminate scientific and engineering knowledge and more.

  • I WISH

    I WISH (IE)

    I WISH is a partnership of industry, academia, industry support organisations and public sector across Cork City and County

  • I'm a Scientist

    I'm a Scientist (UK)

    ‘I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here’ is a free online event in the UK where school students get to meet and interact with scientists. It’s a free X Factor-style competition between scientists, where the students are the judges. Students challenge the scientists over intense, fast-paced, online live CHATs. Then they ASK the scientists all the questions they want to, and VOTE for their favourite scientist to win a prize of £500 to communicate their work with the public. 

  • Jet-Net

    Jet-Net (NL)

    Jet-Net is a Youth and Technology Network in the Netherlands which is a collaboration between business, education and government. The aim is to give science and technology  pupils a positive real image and encourage them to continue their studies. Jet-Net comprises 87 companies, 171 schools and 30 associated partners.

  • Jeunesses scientifiques

    Jeunesses scientifiques (BE)

    The Young Belgian Scientists’ main objective is to generate a taste for science among young people in Belgium. The organisation arranges trainings, workshops, camps, playgrounds, expos, for the youngsters keen to deepen their scientific knowledge or, simply, having some fun experimenting with science.

  • Jugend Forscht

    Jugend Forscht (DE)

    Jugend forscht is a national annual competition in Germany in the sciences, maths, technology for young people under 21.

  • Jugend Innovativ

    Jugend Innovativ (AT)

    Jugend Innovativ is the largest nationwide Austrian school competition for innovative ideas from students and trainees in the age 15 to 20 years. Every year the best and most innovative projects in the fields of Young Entrepreneurs, Design, Engineering, Science, Sustainability, Tech&Society as well as the best Apps are selected and awarded cash and travel prizes (int. contests, fairs, etc.). In addition, all submitted projects receive project-related mini-grants.
    Jugend Innovativ is the National Organiser of EUCYS (European Union Contest for Young Scientists) in Austria.

    The initiative is part of the technology and innovation scheme of the austria wirtschaftsservice and strongly supported by the Federal Ministries of Science, Research and Economy and of Education and Women's Affairs.

  • Jugendbildung in Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft

    Jugendbildung in Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft (DE)

    Jugendbildung in Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft is a German association supporting youth education in science and society which organises projects for talented young people. 

  • Les Petits Débrouillards

    Small Débrouillards (FR)

    French organisation Les Petits Débrouillards works to promote to all, especially children and adolescents, an interest in science and technology, and enable knowledge and practice. It organises and promotes scientific and technical activities for all, works with educators and teachers to create stimulating freetime activities, trains and makes available expert facilitators to meet the needs of communities and interested organisations, to promote and support the creation of Small Débrouillards clubs. The association draws together many regional organisations and clubs across the country. 

  • School Contest for Young Scientists

    School Contest for Young Scientists (MT)

    Secondary school students between the ages of 14 and 16 participating in the Contest for Young Scientist conduct research and experiments with the guidance of a mentor on a particular scientific topic. The research and experiments are done throughout the scholastic year and their conclusions are then exhibited in the Science Expo. In this way students from different schools get to discuss with each other what they found, the difficulties they encountered during this experience, and what they intend to do if they have any intentions to continue doing their research.

  • School Contest for Young Scientists

    School Contest for Young Scientists (MT)

    Secondary school students between the ages of 14 and 16 participating in the Contest for Young Scientist conduct research and experiments with the guidance of a mentor on a particular scientific topic. The research and experiments are done throughout the scholastic year and their conclusions are then exhibited in the Science Expo. In this way students from different schools get to discuss with each other what they found, the difficulties they encountered during this experience, and what they intend to do if they have any intentions to continue doing their research.

  • SciCo (Science Communication)

    SciCo (Science Communication) (GR)

    SciCo is an NGO whose aim is to communicate scientific issues to the public via innovative and entertaining means. SciCo consists of scientists, academics, educators, artists and people with an interest in everyday science.

    SciCo has co-founded and co-organises the Athens Science Festival since 2014 and the Thessaloniki Science Festival since 2015. Its areas of activity also include interactive teaching, science events, talks and presentations, content creation, science and technology dissemination and science performances.

  • Science Centre AHHAA

    Science Centre AHHAA (EE)

    The aim of Science Centre AHHAA in Estonia is to introduce science to everyone and encourage studying through the joy of discovery.  In addition to 'hands-on exhibits', AHHAA also offers workshops, planetarium, science theatre shows and several special programmes for schools.

  • Science Days

    Science Days (DE)

    Science Days in Germany involve workshops, shows, interactive stations presented by partners in teaching, research, industry, business, government, schools and clubs. Participants come from eleven European and non-European countries.

  • Science Gallery

    Science Gallery (IE)

    The Science Gallery in Ireland is a new type of venue where today's white-hot scientific issues are thrashed out and you can have your say. The diverse range of educational programmes on offer provide young people with the opportunity to pursue creative ideas that interrogate and explore the boundaries of art and science. Science Gallery targets young adults aged 15–25, people at key stages of their life regarding school subject choices, college courses and decisions relating to future careers. 

  • Science Talenter

    Science Talenter (DK)

    Science Talenter in Denmark is an organisation which aims to encourage more young people to embark on a technical and scientific education. It focuses on inspiring teachers, organising camps and events for young scientific talents, creating talent communities in Denmark's schools and creating a network for talent. 

  • Science.lu - Science for all

    Science.lu - Science for all (LU)

    This is Luxembourg's 'science' page for the general public. Children, youth and adults will find information about science and research in Luxembourg and around the world. The joint project of the Luxembourg scientific and research organizations should help to bring the people in and around Luxembourg closer to scientific activities, findings and results.

  • Scientia Pro Futuro

    Scientia Pro Futuro (SK)

    The aim of Scientia Pro Futuro in Slovakia is to increase the engagement of children and youth in science, research and technical disciplines, and their motivation for the selection of their future professional career in the field of science, research and development. The organisation searches for talented children and youth aged from 10 to 20 years old, with the aim of their future work in the field of science and research.

  • Sentinus

    Sentinus (UK)

    Sentinus in the UK is the home of STEM enrichment and enhancement activities for schools in Northern Ireland, engaging more the 60,000 young people each year, in programmes designed to excite and enthuse them about science, technology, engineering and maths, support their development and enhance their life skills.  Sentinus activities focus on practical, hands on engagements which demonstrate the importance of science and engineering and highlight career opportunities in the area.

  • Smart Futures

    Smart Futures (IE)

    Smart Futures in Ireland is a government-industry programme providing science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) careers information to second-level students, parents, teachers and careers guidance counsellors in Ireland.

  • Smart Girls

    Smarts Girls (DE)

    Smart Girls is a German programme aimed at female students interested in robots and robot technology. Participants can take part take part in Robot Junior Cup. 

  • Start IT

    Start IT (EE)

    Start IT offers career information for IT studies and careers for students in Estonia.

  • Stemettes

    Stemettes (UK)

    Stemettes in the UK is an organisation that is inspiring girls into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers by showing them women in STEM at a series of public events, hackathons, workshops and experiences. We invite girls and their influencers to join us in real-world STEM environments to have fun and food, whilst meeting fantastic people who are changing the world: Big Stemettes.

  • Summer School (LjTZ)

    Summer School (LjTZ) (HR)

    Summer Science Factory are scientific workshops for elementary and high school students in Croatia that take place over the summer in Split, Samobor and Čakovac. The workshops are organised and conducted by the students in collaboration with the Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences. The aim is to enable children and young people to come into contact with science in a relaxed and fun way. Through the workshops, they try to show the whole process of scientific discovery and use of scientific ideas in a practical everyday applications. 

  • Lithuanian Society of Young Researchers (LSYR)

    Lithuanian Society of Young Researchers (LSYR) (LT)

    LSYR in Lithuania is an organisation open to young researchers, scientists, and students from various science and research fields. It organises summer schools for pupils interested in research, an annual science festival "Catch a New Sight" at the end of the school year

  • Luma Centre Finland

    Luma Centre Finland (FI)

    LUMA is an umbrella organisation in Finland for the collaboration of schools, universities and business sector, with the aim to promote and support life-long learning, studying and teaching of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects on all levels of education.

  • Malta Student Science Forum

    Malta Student Science Forum (MT)

    Malta Student Science Forum is a forum in which sixth form and university students participate in six sessions, each of which focuses on STEM subjects. In each session at least two teams deliver a presentation and afterwards the other teams ask questions related to the presentations just delivered. A keynote speaker with a background in the topic discussed is invited to each session and discuss on the same topic. A panel of judges give some ideas and a general review related to the quality of presentations and questions and also give marks with regards to the same criteria.

  • miks.ee

    miks.ee (EE)

    This Estonian web portal aims to promote career options for young people in science and technology.    

  • Milset

    Milset (FR)

    MILSET Europe is the European branch of the International Movement for Leisure Activities in Science and Technology (MILSET - Mouvement International pour le Loisir Scientifique et Technique). It is a non-governmental, non-profit and politically independent youth organisation, which aims at developing scientific culture among young people through the organisation of science-and-technology programmes, including science fairs, science camps, congresses and others activities of high quality.

  • Planète Sciences

    Planet Sciences (FR)

    Planet Science in France is non-profit association. Organised as a network comprising 11 regional offices, it relies on 1000 volunteers and 80 permanent staff members. It aims to to promote among young people from 8 to 25 years, interest in the discovery, the practice of science and technology and help teachers, facilitators, educators, researchers and parents in their activities for young people. Each year, approximately 100,000 youth participate in their activities.

  • Polish Children's Fund

    Polish Children's Fund (PL)

    The Polish Children's Fund is an independent NGO established in 1981 to help exceptionally gifted pupils and students develop their academic interests and artistic talents. It collaborates with the Polish Ministry of Education, as well as many scientific and cultural institutions. It is a national organiser of EUCYS (European Union Contest for Young Scientists).

  • Rails Girls

    Rails Girls (SE)

    Rails Girls is a Europe-wide initiative that aims to give tools and a community to girls and women to understand technology and to build their ideas. The organisation provides free workshops on  sketching, prototyping, basic programming and a basic introduction to the world of technology.

  • Rakett 69

    Rocket69 (EE)

    “Rocket 69” is a thrilling competitive science program in Estonia, where 12 talented young people compete for a scholarship of 10 000 euros. Under the scrutiny of a panel of three judges and the viewer, the hopeful scientists-to-be resolve complex, humorous, and tricky tasks that are not taught at school.

  • Societatea Română pentru Cultură şi Ştiinţă „Tineri pentru Viitor” (SRCSTV)

    Romanian society for culture and science “Youth for the future" (RO)

    SRCSTV in Romania was established to develop and support programs and cultural and educational activities in science and education for children and youth initiatives. It is particularly focused on astronomy and the development of children and youth participation in the astronomical observations. 

  • Ustanova Hiša eksperimentov

    Ustanova Hiša eksperimentov (SI)

    Hiša eksperimentov (HE) je slovenski center znanosti tipa  »izvedi sam«. Obiskovalci lahko v Hiši eksperimentov samostojno raziskujejo in izvajajo eksperimente. HE promovira znanost in učenje; spodbuja pozitivno razmišljanje in povezuje formalno in neformalno učenje. Hiša eksperimentov je prostor sproščujočega druženja in izmenjave idej.

  • VHTO, Landelijk expertisebureau meisjes/vrouwen en bèta/techniek

    VHTO, the Dutch national expert organization on girls/women and science/technology (NL)

    VHTO, the Dutch national expert organization on girls/women and science/technology makes an effort in many different ways to increase the involvement of women and girls in Science and Technology in the Netherlands.

  • ViaLattea

    ViaLattea (IT)

    Vialattea in Italy is a non-profit initiative which brings together teachers, professionals and students to share scientific knowledge. The initiative is dedicated to the schools (teachers and students ) and anyone interested in scientific topics.

  • WISE

    WISE (UK)

    WISE in the UK has a wide range of resources and organisations to help young women on their career path in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).  

  • WISTER, Women for Intelligent and Smart TERritories

    WISTER, Women for Intelligent and Smart TERritories (IT)

    Network of women for the reduction of the gender digital divide through education, events, books, meetings

  • ‘Z(in)oo’ centre

    ‘Z(in)oo’ centre (LV)

    ‘Z(in)oo’ in Latvia aims to develop the individual's unique potential by stimulating people's natural curiosity about themselves and the world around them. Z(in)oo is a place where  families can spend meaningful time together and search of answers.
     

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