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Through Ecsite, members have the opportunity to participate in collaborative projects shaping the future of science engagement. Ecsite runs projects funded by the European Commission as well as initiatives in partnership with other organisations. These projects often allow the development of resources like toolkits or guides available to all. 




Check out our compilation of everything you might want to know about Ecsite and EU-funded projects: how we pick proposals, how we involve Ecsite members, what Third Parties are etc.

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TRACES / Espace des Sciences Pierre-Gilles de Gennes is involved with the following projects

2020 - 2023

The SALL project, coordinated by Ellinogerminiki Agogi, aims to open-up schools to their local communities by transforming them in Living Labs. In this way, SALL proposes a new framwork for schools across Europe to approach their science education programmes, in order to make STEM teaching more relevant, systemic and inclusive for their students, collaborating with their local ecosystems and research centres, and with the active support and involvement of science centres and museums in this

2018 - 2021

SISCODE is a three-year project aiming to understand the co-creation phenomenon that is flourishing in Europe (in fab labs, living labs, social innovations, smart cities, communities and regions) and to analyse the context and conditions that support its effective introduction, scalability and replication. Eventually this will help bridge the gap between the process of co-constructing policies and their implementation. Co-creation will be analysed in particular in the light of Responsible Research and Innovation and Science, technology and innovation policies. 

2018 - 2021

The SySTEM 2020 Project, coordinated by Science Gallery Dublin, aims to tackle scientific literacy and STEM education of children and teenagers, in order to support our future citizens in this world of fast-evolving science and technology. SySTEM 2020 will focus on science learning outside the classroom, mapping the field across Europe, evaluating a number of transdisciplinary programmes to design best principles for educators in this field, and also examining individual learning ecologies by piloting self-evaluation tools for learners which will document science learning outside of the classroom.

TRACES / Espace des Sciences Pierre-Gilles de Gennes is involved with the following projects

2015 - 2019
2012 - 2015
2011 - 2014