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The projects described in this edition of the European Week for Scientific and Technological Culture bring together people from the field of informal education (eg museums, science culture centres, research centres) with others from education and training institutions (ie universities, schools, training centres). Many of the projects rely on the use audiovisual technologies, multimedia tools and electronic information networks. They will serve as a testbed for new approaches to science education.

The projects include:
future European car concepts;
European advance in space;
future food;
science and citizens;
technology for youth on television;
from information to knowledge society;
new ways to use energy sources;
science and energy;
sleep and brains;
tomorrow's labour market in science and technology;
future of transport;
contemporary science in museums and science centres;
astronomy online;
mathematics in daily life;
science ambassadors;
scientific and technological training for industry. ing for industry.

Additional information

Authors: CEC, CEC Luxembourg (LU)
Bibliographic Reference: Information brochure: EN (1996) 48pp., free of charge
Availability: Available from the European Commission, DG XII, 200 rue de la Loi, B-1049, Bruxelles (BE), Fax: +32-2-2994207
ISBN: ISBN 92-827-6117-7
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