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Techmania Science Center 9 July 2012

Techmania Science Center offers an internship for a native English speaking Explainer.


Providing direct contact with visitors of Techmania Science Center Providing skilled information about exhibitions and events to the public Managing of special education programs for primary and high school students Presentation of scientific shows Participation in adjustments and compositions of education programs and scientific shows Managing of action plans and supervising of themed events for popularization of science Administrative support of science center´s agenda (

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Planetarium Science Center 26 June 2012

Recognizing the great need for professional science communication means in Egypt, the PSC has issued the first PSC Newsletter in 2007. The main aim of the newsletter is to outreach the public with simple scientific knowledge and inform them of the PSC latest programs and events.

Technopolis, the Flemish Science Centre 15 June 2012

‘The gender EXPERIMENT, a travelling themed exhibition by Technopolis.

‘The gender EXPERIMENT’ is an interactive themed exhibition concerning the talents of women and men. In this exhibition, via various active exhibits, one can personally discover if women and men differ, and in what way.

NEMO Science Museum 7 June 2012

This spring, all across Netherlands, hundreds of students competed with each other and with ‘The Boss’, a top executive of a leading company in the field of science and technology. Cleantech – The Battle was aimed to help students through debating to be aware of the impact of science and technology in our lives. It also aimed to inform them better about Clean Technology and why this is so important for the future. The eight nominated teams were selected from over 800 participants from secondary schools from throughout the Netherlands.

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Planetarium Science Center 6 June 2012

The Planetarium Science Center specialists and participants has joined Sky-gazers around the world, holding up their telescopes and viewing glasses, Wednesday at 6:00 am, to watch Venus slide across the sun — a rare celestial phenomenon that will not happen again for more than 100 years. Venus, which is extremely hot, is one of Earth’s two neighbours and is so close in size to our planet that scientists at times call them near-twins.

NEMO Science Museum 7 May 2012

Science Center NEMO is happy to announce the launch of the ESERO website, www.esero.nl. ESERO is an education project of the European Space Agency. This new website is full of educational resources on space for schools. The website is targeted both to primary and secondary education. At the moment 16 teaching materials for primary schools are published. This amount will grow in the near future. The teaching materials for primary education come from the ESERO resource book previously developed by NEMO : “A journey through space in 80 lessons”.

Science Gallery, Trinity College 19 April 2012

In an information rich society where emerging science and technology pervades our everyday lives, how can we digest the implications of current scientific and technological advances?

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Planetarium Science Center 4 April 2012

The Planetarium Science Center has celebrated its sixth Science Festivity, under the theme: Natural Sciences, Sun and Earth, which was a huge success. there were around 5,000 visitors over the 2 days of the festivity, most of which were school students, who enjoyed the interactive workshops, and scientific displays presented at the participants’ booths. In addition to the famous Super Science Show, presented by the PSC animators, the World Park, also presented by PSC animators, and a puppet show atthe Conferences Center Small Theatre.

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Planetarium Science Center 19 March 2012

The Planetarium Science Center has completed the first course of its new Robotics and Electronics Program, at which students are taught about electronics through the robot components, then are introduced to programming through training them to control the robot. The Program comprised ten, 3 hours long, sessions, and took place at the Center’ computer lab, located at the workshop area. This course had 20 attendees, and is expected to be repeated, and extended to higher levels, by summer 2012.

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Planetarium Science Center 19 March 2012

the Intel Bibliotheca Alexandrina Science and Engineering Fair’ Closing Ceremony took place on Monday 12 March 2012, at the Bibliotheca Conferences Center, where winners’ names were announced, and various awards were given to the winning projects.