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Bibliotheca Alexandrina Planetarium Science Center 4 June 2023

The PSC is organizing a number of workshops that encourage school students’ groups to explore their creativity and help them find out how to use it in their life; all the while enriching their knowledge. In our workshops, students are able to interact with each other and with world around them in an exciting and entertaining manner; they are graduated to have a blast!

First Semester Workshops Schedule

Esplora Interactive Science Centre 3 May 2023

During a press conference, Parliamentary Secretary for Youth, Research and Innovation Keith Azzopardi Tanti announced the launch of the Second Edition of the National STEM Awards.

The National STEM Awards aims to acknowledge and honour the far-reaching contribution made by individuals and organisations in Malta through engaging and inspiring others to collaboratively prioritise Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, better known as STEM.

Copernicus Science Centre 12 April 2023

Discover the Copernican Revolution Lab, a place for research and development. A place where, together with our partners, we create new exhibitions, exhibits, educational aids and scenarios, interdisciplinary projects, and events.

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Planetarium Science Center 23 March 2023

The Planetarium Science Center is organizing the Mid-year Program for students of ages 4-16 years old, during the period from 29 January to 9 February 2023.

The program includes workshops, scientific lectures, 12D shows, and others.

Online registration will open from Tuesday, 24th of January 2023 till all places are reserved.

Science programs

«Dino Adventure» for KG groups: (Target Age: 4-6 years old).

«Scientists Stories» for A groups: (Target Age: 6-9 years old).

«Earth Trip» for B groups: (Target Age: 9-12 years old).

Esplora Interactive Science Centre 22 February 2023

The second edition of the National STEM Community Fund has been launched, which will enable eligible organisations to carry out community-based STEM-related projects within the community. Organisations who engage with a researcher or STEM professional for such projects can receive up to a maximum of €8,000 per project.

To read this Press Release kindly click here: https://www.gov.mt/en/Government/DOI/Press%20Releases/Pages/2023/02/02/p...

Esplora Interactive Science Centre 22 February 2023

Do you have any stories or memories to share about the Royal Naval Hospital, Bighi?

An artistic project is shining a light on the former Royal Naval Hospital (RNH) Bighi, in Kalkara, and throughout the months of October and November is inviting the community members to contribute to the research phase.

Carasso Science Park 16 January 2023
Israel's New Space Exhibition

Carasso Science Park is currently working on a new Space Exhibition that will constitute an impressive, hands-on, experiential display window to Israeli achievements in space, including the legacy of the Israeli spirit of innovation, past achievements and future inspiring space missions.

The New Space Exhibition is scheduled to open to the general public on July 2nd, 2023, which marks the 10th anniversary of the museum.

Carasso Science Park 16 January 2023

Every year, in the first week of February, the Israeli Space Agency and Ministry of Innovation, Science and Technology administrate the Israeli Space Week in leading Science centers and museums, throughout Israel, in memory of Colonel Ilan Ramon.

Ilan Ramon was the first Israeli Astronaut who was killed together with the entire team of the Space Shuttle Columbia in the 2003 disaster.

Science & Society Research Group, Trinity College Dublin 19 December 2022

Mairéad Hurley, Assistant Professor in Science Education at Trinity College Dublin and member of the ACPC programme committee, shares what's keeping her entertained.

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