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17.03.2018 ch

Life Sciences Symposium 2018

The next Life Sciences Symposium is co-organized in Gymnasium Bäumlihof, Basel, the 17 March 2018 by the BioValley College Networks and Science on Stage Switzerland. At the event teachers of secondary school have the chance to learn about new experiments, working methods and expert knowledge for their biology classes. Find more information at

24.03.2018 ie

Irish Science Teachers Association Annual Conference 2018

From 23-25 March 2018 the Irish Science Teachers Association Annual Conference will take place at the Athlone Institute of Technology in Dublin. Also Science on Stage Ireland is on site. Members of the Irish festival team 2017 and from previous festivals will join together to demonstrate new project ideas and old favourites at the event on 24 March 2018. Suitable for secondary and primary teachers of science. The Irish team will also share the new collection of video resources and the

24.03.2018 ch

Swiss Science Education ‘Innovationstag’

On 24 March 2018 Science on Stage Switzerland will take part in the 'Innovationstag' of the SWiSE - Swiss Science Eduaction foundation at the PH Bern. The Swiss STEM teacher delegation that took part in the European Science on Stage festival 2017 in Debrecen, Hungary, will report about its experiences. Felix and Reto Speerli who won the 'European STEM Teacher Award' will present their project IKARUS and the team of Science on Stage Switzerland will present its activities. Learn more at 

09.08.2018 — 12.08.2018 ca

Canadian Science on Stage festival 2018

From 9-12 August 2018 the Canadian Science on Stage festival is going to take place at University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. At the event the Canadian teacher delegation for the European Science on Stage festival 2019 in Cascais, Portugal, will be chosen. Find further information on the event and the application process on

06.09.2018 17:00-20:00 se

Science on Stage Sweden - Open Night 2018

On 6 September 2018 Science on Stage Sweden invites STEM teachers from primary to secondary school to come to the Anna Whitlocks Gymnasium in Stockholm. Within the frame of an 'Open Night' (5-8pm) the Swedish Science on Stage team will present posters and project exhibitions from previous Swedish festival delegates, offer workshops on selected projects from Sweden and other countries, inform about the next European Science on Stage festival 2019 in Cascais and give details about how to apply

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