OUR PROJECTS FALL INTO SIX DIFFERENT CATEGORIES
Discover below the one that interests you the most!
Problem solving through collaborative work!
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. It is a problem-solving pedagogical approach. The model promotes collaborative work and student independence to make the classroom a learning community, implementing pedagogical practices and strategies that are close to science and technology models.
Any citizen can get involved in an investigation process!
Citizen science projects are open to anyone willing and able to get involved. The main keys are enthusiasm and rigour in observing and recording data. Interaction between citizens and scientists is essential to achieve the desired success.
Plant a seed to harvest the fruits generated in the future!
The way science is taught in the classroom has a direct impact on future vocations. The educational model has changed in recent years and classes are no longer understood as a unidirectional space, but are now more dynamic, open and hands-on.
Analyse and evaluate the consistency of our reasoning!
As we find ourselves in a totally digitalised world, we must find the right method to clarify the veracity of any kind of information that comes into our hands, keeping away from possible external biases. The ability to know how to isolate real news from false data is the right path for our critical thinking.
Presentation of projects through fun competitions!
Competitions always arouse interest and curiosity, don't they? Science fairs, usually for Primary and Secondary Education, allow schoolchildren to create their own projects through research methodologies. In this way, they learn to discover, get closer to the scientific community and do their bit by means of exhibitions, presentations and/or models. And always with fun and entertainment as the main ingredients.
Science is diversity! It includes and creates links, not barriers and impediments!
The scientific world must be representative of society as a whole and, therefore, inclusive and open to researchers who can provide valuable results and enriching contributions. In this sense, we are committed to projects that place women at the centre in order to highlight their important work in science. Furthermore, we believe that Special Education is one of the basic pillars of the education system, as it allows people with disabilities to enhance their knowledge by taking part in any type of activity.
It is a European event of SCIENTIFIC DISSEMINATION which takes place on último viernes de septiembre in more than 300 cities in 24 different countries. The main objective is to bring science and the work of thousands of researchers closer to society in general. In this way, citizens can discover the more human side of research through direct contact with experts.
We have been organising this project in Zaragoza since 2011. Last year we extended our work to Madrid, Barcelona and Seville. And this time, we are very proud and satisfied to be able to announce that we manage "Researchers' Night" in the venues: CaixaForum in Madrid, Sevilla, Zaragoza, Palma, Girona, Lleida, Tarragona y Valencia, plus CosmoCaixa Barcelona.