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5 November 2010 - 8 May 2011
Scitech
Sutherland Street
Perth
Australia
AU

Picture 20,000 individual LED lights illuminating a tunnel that you can walk through. Now imagine being able to manipulate those lights to follow your every movement.

19 November 2010 - 5 March 2011
Museon
Stadhouderslaan 37
NL-2517 HV The Hague
Netherlands
NL

This year’s winning and commended images are on show at Museon. More than 100 prize-winning photographs from 18 competition categories are displayed in large format.

6 December 2010 - 8 December 2010
Biliotheca Alexandrina
Chatby
Alexandria
Egypt
EG

More than 120 participants from 10 Arab countries are scheduled to participate in Intel Science Competition Arab World (ISC-AW), which is the Arabic version of Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held in the United States every year (Intel ISEF). Contestants from Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia und the United Arab Emirates will showcase their distinguished science projects in various scientific and social specializations to compete for financial awards totaling $20,000 and scholarships from top Arab universities.

23 April 2010 - 24 April 2010
Archeoclub Camerino
Italy
IT

“Courtyards in bloom” has been organized by Archeoclub – Camerino section, in collaboration with the University Natural Science Museum, the Civic Museum, The University Botanical Garden, the Municipality and the Local Trade Association.

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News

Fondazione IDIS - Città della Scienza 23 October 2015

Celebrating its 29th Edition, this year Futuro Remoto, held from 15 to 18 October, won the challenge of moving from its location in Bagnoli to the heart of the city of Naples in Plebiscito Square. More than 130.000 visitors have been to the Science Festival that involved six universities of the Campania region and more than 400 institutions, research centers , universities, cultural and artistic associations, schools and businesses.

Parque de las Ciencias 12 October 2015
Ministery of Education of Andalusia Adelaida de la Calle opens 20th anniversary exhibition at Parque de las Ciencias

The Andalusian science centre celebrated its birthday with the opening an anniversary exhibition

Science Gallery, Trinity College 12 October 2015

And Founding Science Gallery Director Dr Michael John Gorman announces transition to new role as Professor at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and Founding Director of the Bavarian Museum of Life Sciences and Natural History.

Norsk Teknisk Museum 23 September 2015
#EcsiteAwards winner 2015: Norsk Teknisk Museum for TING exhibition

Ecsite Creativity Award winner Norsk Teknisk Museum did it again! They won a Roy L. Shafer Leading Edge Awards for participatory exhibition TING already recipient of an Ecsite Creativity Award.

Copernicus Science Centre 26 August 2015

The beauty of science

In order to promote the idea of social development based on education, science, technology and innovation – on the 12th of September a nationwide campaign “SPiN Day – for the Society and Science” will be organised by Porozumienie Społeczeństwo i Nauka SPiN (Society and Science Agreement). It is the first event of this kind implemented on such a scale by science communicators in Poland.

Science Museum Group 20 August 2015

Exciting position at the Science Museum in London, UK to oversee the development and delivery of the Europe-wide touring exhibition created as part of the Ecsite coordinated Sparks project. Apply by 30 August

Copernicus Science Centre 6 August 2015
Visitor number 5 million greeted by R. Firmhofer, Director of Copernicus science centre, Warsaw, Poland

Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw, Poland, has been visited by as many as five million people for less than 5 years. Record holders come back to Copernicus more than 30 times a year.

Questacon - the National Science and Technology Centre 6 August 2015
Science circus in Africa - Image Johnny Miller

An academic from The Australian National University (ANU) has taken his inspiring science shows to 41,000 children in Africa as part of an 11-week tour through five countries. The project is a collaboration between the Australian National University and Questacon, with funding from Questacon and the Australian Government.

Science Gallery, Trinity College 28 July 2015
Future Science Gallery London at King's College London

Science Gallery London at King's College London is part of the Science Gallery's ambitious plan to open 8 new spaces by 2020, building on the success of its original Dublin venue

Innovation Centre Mill of Knowledge 28 July 2015

A new space about the big ideas that improved our quality of life - opening on 4 September in Toruń, Poland

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