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Climate Detectives school project back for second edition

September 18, 2019
ESA

The call for the 2019-2020 Climate Detectives school project edition is now open! For the second consecutive year, ESA is challenging teams of students aged between 8 and 15 years to ‘make a difference’: identify a local climate problem, investigate it by using satellite images, take measurements on the ground, and then propose a way to monitor or mitigate it. 

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The (hyper)gravity of multidrug resistant cancers

September 17, 2019
ESA

Last week, a team of university students from Poland successfully completed its research under various hypergravity levels in ESA’s Large Diameter Centrifuge (LDC) located at ESTEC, Noordwijk.  

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Applications open for new e-technology lab secondary teacher workshops

September 16, 2019
ESA

Secondary school teachers from ESA Member and Associate States are invited to apply to technology and robotics workshops to be delivered by the ESA Education Office at the e-Technology Lab in the ESA Education Training Centre, located in Belgium, in November and December 2019.

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Applications open for new e-technology lab primary teacher workshops

September 16, 2019
ESA

Primary school teachers from ESA Member and Associate States are invited to apply to technology and robotics workshops to be delivered by the ESA Education Office at the e-Technology Lab in the ESA Education Training Centre, located in Belgium, in November and December 2019.

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European Astro Pi Challenge 2019-20 now open

September 12, 2019
ESA

ESA Education and the Raspberry Pi Foundation are happy to announce the launch of the 2019-20 European Astro Pi Challenge!

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Summer School Alpbach 2019 sees student teams devise missions to study Earth from space

August 12, 2019
ESA

From 16 – 25 July 2019, 58 university students from 23 nations travelled to the beautiful Austrian Alps to take part in the 43rd edition of the Summer School Alpbach. Organised by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) and ESA , this year’s theme was“Geophysics from Space Using Micro- or Nano-Satellite Constellations”. It would see the attendees working intensively to define and design a space mission under the supervision of noted scientific and engineering experts!

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