Partners and Supporters

The lack of skilled workers is a severe problem all across Europe. Teachers are key to bridging the STEM skills gap. With innovative ideas and hands-on concepts, they inspire students for STEM careers and help them develop essential skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration. We need scientists, IT and life science specialists, and engineers for our future.

Support our non-profit association, reaching 100,000 STEM teachers in over 30 countries with your donation and making a difference!

The winners of the Future League

Donate or/and contact us: 

Stefanie Schlunk, chair Science on Stage Europe
Tel. +49 30/40 00 67 40 |

Main Supporter of Science on Stage Europe

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Science on Stage Europe is mainly supported by the Federation of German Employers' Associations in the Metal and Electrical Engineering Industries (Gesamtmetall).

Further Partners and Supporters of Science on Stage Europe

Amazon Future Engineer
Cooperation since 2023 to support coding and AI activities for STEM teachers.

Vernier Science Education

Cooperation since 2021 to support European STEM teachers’ professional development and to inspire students for STEM subjects.

What to support at Science on Stage

In our network, the teachers set the agenda. They know about the challenges in everyday school life and define what is required when dealing with important issues such AI, coding, inclusion, sustainability, or language promotion. Teachers in our network develop feasible solutions from teachers for teachers. We support their exchange of best-practice teaching ideas and help them to spread these in our 30 member counties.


Reviewed and recommended: Science on Stage works!*

  • 90% of participating teachers have incorporated ideas that were presented at Science on Stage events into their own lessons.
  • 90% of participating teachers have incorporated ideas, they had acquired through Science on Stage events into teacher training in their home countries and thus functioned as multipliers.
  • 92% of the participants established international contacts; over 55% of them made at least 4 good contacts 1 year after the festival.
  • 77% of the participants rate the sustainability effect of the festival as high; 73% of them stated to apply also for the next festival.

*The participant survey took place before, during, and twelve months after the Science on Stage festival 2022

Find more information about our impact here.

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 Elixir do Skol Science on Stage

Main supporter 

The Capital City of Prague  | Jablotron Foundation |  Česká spořitelna Foundation


Elixír do škol | Science on Stage Czech Republic

Science on Stage festival 2019

Main supporter 
Municipality of Cascais

Science on Stage Portugal | NUCLIO

Science on Stage festival 2017

Main supporter             

City of Debrecen       

Science on Stage Hungary ׀ MTA Atomki Institute ׀ University of Debrecen

Science on Stage festival 2015

Main supporter
Queen Mary University of London

In cooperation with
The Royal Society ׀ IBM ׀ CLEAPSS

Supported by
STFC ׀ SEPnet ׀ The Gatsby Foundation

Science on Stage festival 2013

Main supporter
think ING.

In cooperation with
Siemens Stiftung ׀ INTEL ׀ Adam Mieckiewicz University in Poznań ׀ Land Brandenburg ׀  Heidehof Stiftung   

Science on Stage festival 2011

Main supporter
Danish Ministry of Education

Further supporters
think ING. ׀ Fondation H. Dudley Wright ׀ Shell ׀ L’Oréal Foundation ׀ Novozymes ׀ Danfoss Universe ׀ Maersk Oil ׀ Novo Nordisk Procter & Gamble ׀ INTEL

Science on Stage festival 2008

Ministry of Education Germany ׀ think ING. ׀ TSB Technologiestiftung Berlin ׀ SIEMENS ׀ Stifterverband für die deutsche Wissenschaft ׀ Heidehof Stiftung


F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG



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Stefanie Schlunk

Chair of Science on Stage
Stefanie Schlunk

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