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New opportunity for students to learn about spacecraft communications

October 17, 2019
ESA

ESA’s Education Office is looking for 30 engineering university students who would like to be introduced to the fascinating world of spacecraft communications. The Ladybird Guide to Spacecraft Communications 2020 will run again between 18 and 21 February 2020 at the ESA Education Training Centre in ESEC-Galaxia, one of the two sites of the European space Security and Education Centre, in Transinne, Belgium. 

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European students go beyond with Luca Parmitano

October 17, 2019
ESA

On 15 October teachers and students from Germany, Spain and Italy spoke live with ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano from the International Space Station. The in-flight call was part of the “Going Beyond”- themed events organised by local ESEROs in Bochum, Granada and Rome. 

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New space station opportunity for university students

October 17, 2019
ESA

ESA Education is inviting university student teams to submit proposals related to designing, building and operating an experiment that will be launched to the International Space Station and hosted inside the ICE Cubes facility for up to 4 months.

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Teaching with Earth and space

October 17, 2019
ESA

During World Space Week 50 primary and secondary school teachers from different ESA Member States and Canada discovered how to incorporate space in their teaching at the ESA Autumn Teacher Workshop 2019. 

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SFI DPSM Awards – registration open

October 3, 2019
ESERO Ireland

Registration is now open for Science Foundation Ireland’s Discover Science & Maths Awards. Click here to register your school.

Each year  incredible science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) work is happening in schools like yours all over the country. Last year SFI presented 620 schools with SFI Discover Science & Maths (DPSM) Awards and hope even more schools will apply for the recognition they deserve in 2019/2020. Schools say that, as well as recognition, the Award brings a range of benefits; it provides a structure for STEM work, raises the profile of science in the school and among parents and increases whole school collaboration.

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New opportunity to participate in ESA Academy’s concurrent engineering workshop

September 30, 2019
ESA

ESA’s Education Office is looking for 30 talented and motivated university students with an engineering or physics background from ESA Member States, Canada and Slovenia to take part in the upcoming Concurrent Engineering Workshop set to take place between 14 to 17 January 2020. 

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