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Space at Home with ESERO Ireland and Blackrock Castle Observatory

April 02, 2020
ESERO Ireland

Blackrock Castle Observatory, with ESERO Ireland, are hosting two new astronomy programmes everyone can enjoy and learn from at home.

Daily Astro Challenge – Weekdays at 12.30pm

Planetarium at Home – Fridays from 4pm

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Another opportunity to participate in ESA Academy?s concurrent engineering workshop

February 13, 2020
ESA
href="https://www.esa.int/Education">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 26 to 29 May Read More »

Applications open for new e-Technology Lab primary teacher workshops

February 11, 2020
ESA
school teachers from ESA Members States, Canada and Slovenia are invited to apply to technology and robotics training workshops to be delivered by the ESA Education Office at the e-technology lab in the ESA Education Training Centre, located in Belgium, in April, May and June Read More »

Applications open for new e-Technology Lab secondary teacher workshops

February 11, 2020
ESA
school teachers from ESA Member States, Canada and Slovenia are invited to apply to technology and robotics training workshops to be given at the e-technology lab in the ESA Education Training Centre, located in Belgium, in April, May and June Read More »

Apply for the 2020 ESA summer and autumn teacher workshops

February 10, 2020
ESA
for the 2020 ESA summer and autumn teacher workshops are now open. The summer edition will take place from 7 to 10 July, and the autumn edition from 1 to 4 October. Both workshops take place in the Netherlands and are geared toward both primary and secondary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Read More »

A new cycle under Gravity

February 06, 2020
ESA
students, selected at the end of 2019, were provided with elaborate workshops and lectures. The teams got to know one another and their experiments a bit better during the week, and they learned why so many various research fields require altered gravity in order to conduct ground breaking Read More »